When working in a team, it’s very important to establish a coding style and some general principles which may vary depending on the programming language. This will ensure that the code will be uniform, easier to understand and follow a standard. At least this is the ideal.

Below are some basic commands for working with GIT repositories using the command line client. They are useful if you’re just starting out with Git, or if you keep forgetting the exact parameters.

After reading a bit about static site generators I’ve decided to give them a try. One of the most popular choices is Jekyll, which is also the engine behind GitHub Pages.