tldr; you should probably git

Since I started using git and now GitHub in September, I have to say it is quite life changing. I’ve created a few repositories that I use for some configuration items and I found that it really allows me to tinker with my system and other things much easier. Previously I used to have countless tabs open in gedit/geany and struggle to keep whatever I was breaking in some sort of order. Now I can check out whatever I’m working on, break it, discard the changes and I’m back to a known state or if by some stroke of luck I get expected results, I check it in and commit. While I can’t manage to find the time to read Pro Git – its on the to do list, I’m having a blast learning git the hard way. Also, I should point out that git-cola is really helpful as it allows me to visualize my changes (I love it for repos that are not pushed to GitHub) which is perfect for the way I work.

I’ve been using PowerShell quite a bit in the past few months for various tasks, such as mass Storage vMotion, snapshot reporting as well as some other tasks and have found it to be invaluable and I learn more every day. It reminds me of AppleScript, but much more useful. Since nearly everything MS related has cmdlets, it is worth learning and sharing. Lately, I’ve been wanting to learn Git for version control so I figured theres no better time to learn. I’ve started a GitHub repository that I plan on using to share my scripts and bits. I’ll most likely move my other “projects” into GitHub too as I continue to learn how to manage it. So without further ado here is the vm-powershell script repository and you can follow me (rabbitofdeath) too!