Weekly Digest #6: Learning Git from novice to expert

Recently I have been helping to create content to onboard new developers. One of the topics I prepared was Git. I have been using git for more than 12 years, and while doing research I was surprised to learn new things. So I decided to share some useful links with everyone.

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Creating gifs from the OSX terminal in 2 easy steps

I like sharing quick demos to all the stakeholders as soon as I start developing something new. I find that sharing soon helps to get early feedback and make sure that everyone’s requirements are covered.

But sometimes it is hard to find out the proper format to share. If I share only an image, then all the interaction is lost. Or if I share a video, then depending on the format some users might not be able to open it (and is also usually big in size).

After trying a few different formats I found that gifs are the best way of sharing quick demos. I follow a 2 step approach to it:

  1. I record the screen using Quick Time.
  2. I convert this CLI I found online called screengif.

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