Commitmas time has come again!
For those of you that aren’t aware, Commitmas is a program which started last year (2014) with a goal of pushing people to learn how to use GitHub by way of 12 days of different challenges. This year has been expanded out to include the entire month for a full 30 days worth of challenges.
Last year I followed along and tried to push myself to learn how to better use GitHub as I was a very basic user. This year I’m making attempts to be much more involved and even picked up a challenge to present on. The challenge I selected was titled “Wait, I screwed something up and need to roll it back!” and is located at the following link: Commitmas 2015 – Challenge 10
The following session was recorded on December 10th and outlines the challenge and ways to complete it:
Additional Commitmas information and the rest of the challenges can be found on GitHub: https://github.com/commitmas/30-days-of-commitmas-2015