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Have you ever considered storing large binary files in your Git repositories? There are times where you may want to do this, e.g. for my podcast cloudwithchris.com to store my podcast files. Git LFS is an extension to Git which replaces large files with text pointers inside Git. Listen in to find out why you should care, how it works and what it is!
Chris is the blogger, podcaster, host and producer of his content platform CloudWithChris.com. He uses GitHub to manage, develop, build and deploy it. In this session, Chris explores how GitHub is more than just a Git repository, and how he uses it for his own work:
- GitHub Issues / Projects to plan the content (Blog & Podcast) backlog
- GitHub repositories to version control the website’s source code (and recently open sourced the theme)
- GitHub Codespaces to make changes to the site from any device
- GitHub actions to build/deploy the site, and publish podcast mp3 files
Have you ever had to setup a development environment from scratch? You have to install a ton of dependencies, probably a few tools along the way as well. It’s not fun, it takes a lot of time and it prevents you from being productive. This is where GitHub Codespaces comes in.
Want to get started with the Azure CLI in Azure Cloud Shell or on Containers, Linux, macOS or Windows? Then check out this bite-sized video from the Cloud With Chris Cloud Drops series on Installing, Upgrading and Auto-Upgrading the Azure CLI.