Agile Testing, Automation, central repository, collabration, git, Maven, version control

Basic commands to start working with git.

In one of my previous blog, I have shared my experience why we need to use ‘Git’. In this post I will share basic commands to start with.

So lets get started.

To start with you need a machine where you want to use git. The choice would be of Windows, iOs, Linux, etc. The links would be same for different operating system, you just need to choose the one best fits your computer system.

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Agile Testing, Automation, best practises, central repository, collabration, Functional Tests, git, Java, Manual Testing, Maven, Test Cases, Testing, version control, Web Testing

Making code commit in a better way.

Developers always work for their growth and betterment be it a niche technology or any fast technique.
Here in this post I have listed some points which if kept in mind before committing code in central repository(like git) can help an agile team in saving time and achieving improved quality of work.
 better-code

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Continuous Integration, git, Java, Jenkins, Uncategorized, version control

Jenkins installation

Jenkins is a very useful tool not for the DevOps engineer but for the whole agile team. From coding to the last deployment of code it is a widely accepted tool of continuous integration. In this blog post, I will be sharing the steps to install Jenkins.

Jenkins can be installed on the local machine as well as server-client set up in the same way a new software can be added to the Application list.

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