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The Ultimate Git Guide for Beginners

The Ultimate Git Guide for Beginners

What Do I Need?

Any Dedicated or Virtual Server. Ubuntu. Terminal. Git.

What is Git?

One of the most popular source control systems available, Git has been around for a very long time. Git is a completely mature and actively maintained open-source project originally developed by Linus Torvalds in 2005. Who is Linus Torvalds? Only the world-famous creator of the Linux operating system kernel. A simply monumental amount of software projects rely on Git for version control. The beauty of Git is it’s a decentralized approach to version control. Having a distributed architecture, it’s an example of a distributed version control system or DVCS. Instead of only having one place for the full version history of the software as is popularly prescribed with once-popular version control systems like CVS or Subversion, or SVN, in Git, every developer’s working copy of the code is also a repository that can contain the full history of all the submitted changes.

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HostAdvice Speaks to InterServer: An Interview with Stacey Talieres about the Brand’s Evolution and Ensuring Premium Level Customer Support at an Affordable Price

HostAdvice Speaks to InterServer: An Interview with Stacey Talieres about the Brand’s Evolution and Ensuring Premium Level Customer Support at an Affordable Price

InterServer is an affordable web hosting provider, which offers a distinctive emphasis on quality customer support. Back in 2016, HostAdvice had the opportunity to speak to Mike Lavrik, the CEO of the company. His main focus was on ensuring affordable prices for everyone while maintaining a high level of service and support.

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Amazon’s Banning of Parler and What This Means For Its Future

Amazon’s Banning of Parler and What This Means For Its Future

Unless you’ve been living the life of a hermit in some far off mountain cave, it can’t have escaped your attention that the last six months in US politics have been somewhat turbulent. The web hosting world has seen its fair share of developments in that time too, and the new year got off to an interesting start when Amazon banned alternative social media site, Parler, from hosting on its platform on 11th January.

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HostColor Just Unleashed Its Brand New Dedicated Servers Across 5 Key US Markets

HostColor Just Unleashed Its Brand New Dedicated Servers Across 5 Key US Markets

With the web hosting market more crowded than ever, 20-year industry veteran HostColor has launched some exciting new kit to stay ahead of the competition. Its new line of bare-metal servers is being rolled out in data centers in New York, Miami, Chicago, Kansas City, Los Angeles, and Seattle. The equipment is based on 2nd and 3rd generation Intel Xeon Scalable Processors, and we’re expecting big changes in terms of performance and capacity.

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JetRails Is Partnering With Drupal: What Does This Mean For Us?

JetRails Is Partnering With Drupal: What Does This Mean For Us?

Drupal, the popular not-for-profit content management software, just found itself a brand new partner in the managed hosting platform, JetRails. The web host has more than two decades of industry experience and has established itself as a premium provider of fully managed hosting solutions. But what does this new partnership with Drupal mean for current and future users?

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