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p { margin-bottom: 0.25cm; line-height: 115%; background: transparent none repeat scroll 0% 0%; }a:link { color: rgb(0, 0, 128); text-decoration: underline; } At Ambes, we like to research, evaluate and experiment (REX) all the wonders of the embedded world. Our REX approach offers us new insights into problem-solving of our daily project issues. In this series of tutorials, I would like to guide you through building and...

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Hi again, and welcome to our third Git Survival Kit tutorial post! If you've read Covering the basics and Diggin' deeper, you're now ready to take on one of the coolest Git features: integrating the changes between separate branches. Besides that, we will look into another useful concept called stashing. Let's begin then. Stashing your work Let's say you modified something in your working directory and don't...

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Welcome to the next post in our Git Survival Kit tutorial series! In this one, I will introduce you to some more advanced topics, such as remotes, branching and undoing your actions. If you haven't already,  you are encouraged to read our Covering the basics post first. When you're feeling ready, just dig in. Undo to the rescue! Git offers a lot of ways to undo changes...

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Welcome to our brand new tutorial: Git Survival Kit series of posts! Before you start reading, a word of caution: this is not a comprehensive guide of Git. Instead, I'll try to summarize some of the most useful Git commands with respective use case scenarios. This guide is suitable for everyone and doesn't require any previous knowledge of Git to understand it. However, if you're...

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