Eric Sink, cofounder of SourceGear, about Veracity and Distributed Version Control Systems. Listen in and learn about Veracity’s architecture including pluggable layers and a unique approach to data storage all built on an impressive technical stack. And get an answer to the question that everyone’s asking “Why does the world need another DVCS?”
Besides OpenSource projects like the Linux Kernel, OpenJDK or Perl, companies increasingly use distributed version control systems like Git and Mercurial. Their unique features makes new and modern work-flows possible, which are particularly useful in agil development.
The talk gives a introduction to the advanced features of Git and the fundamental concepts of modern distributed version control systems.
On this week’s show Rob talks about local development environments, Hannah tackles the intricacies of Subversion and Git version control, and John rants about why designing in the browser isn’t all it’s cracked up to be.
No longer something just big companies do, version control can be just as useful for small teams and even one-man bands. This panel will discuss what tools are available, differing approaches to controversial topics like branching, and whether to use hosted or in-house.
Matt Mullenweg, Automattic / WordPress
Karen Nguyen, Yahoo!
Zach Nies, Rally Software Development
Joe Pezzillo, joepezzillo.com
Derek Scruggs, SurveyGizmo