Tower was the first great Git GUI client that I ever used, and remains excellent. Tower lets you be more productive with Git, so you can put less time into version control - and have more time for your projects. I'll draw the winners at random from subscribers at the end of the week.
- Atlassian, and co-founders, have donated $3 million to bushfire relief
As brushfires rage across Australia, the Australian developer tools company Atlassian and its co-founders each pledge $1 million to help the rebuilding efforts across the island.
- Deploying Azure Functions with GitHub Actions
I'm super-excited to see what people are building with GitHub Actions - Aaron previously created a static site generation workflow for his blog. Now he's back setting up a build and deployment workflow for serverless Azure Functions.
- Optimizing string.Count from LINQ to hardware accelerated vectorized instructions
LINQ provides some of the easiest ways to build queries in .NET, increasing developer productivity. But this can come at the cost of efficiency, and in a tight loop you'll want to optimize that. A look at some optimization techniques for .NET, including hardware accelerated vectorization.
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- CLI vs GitKraken GUI Speed Test Git
- Yori - The quiet little CMD replacement that you need to install NOW Command-Line