Versionable, Plain Text Reference Management – Git, PanDoc and BibTex

When you’re writing peer-reviewed articles, you must have references. Good news: you can have everything in plain text files, even the citation and reference management. I have only used this exact BibTex setup for a while. However, having written five … Continue reading

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Publish Your Project with GitHub

Git is the most popular version control system. With Git, you can easily work as a team with your friends, have automatic backups on multiple machines and learn a tool you can use at work. GitHub is a proprietary, free-as-in-beer … Continue reading

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Git from Offline to Network

Syncrhonize Git project over network, even if you started it locally. Git is the version control system designed by Linus and used by Google, Facebook, Microsoft, Rails and of course Linux. You can do it too. You can start tracking … Continue reading

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