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git fetch -p

This is just a quick post about git fetch -p. If you work with git a lot (in particular using the terminal, like a proper user should), then you may notice that for projects where you create a lot of branches to divide work in your team, your git branch output looks sort of like this:


.NET Conf Focus on microservices

I am very happy to write that .NET Conf: Focus on Microservices was last week, and much like gRPC Conf, it was a blast. If you're a developer working on microservices, APIs, or distributed systems I highly recommend checking out the talks, which are now available on this YouTube playlist. It's especially of interest for those working in the Microsoft ecosystem (for obvious reasons). I understand the contention this causes for some folks, but man do they offer some great tools.