Hey everyone, this is gonna be the last post in a while. It's a bit on the lighter side compared to previous weeks :)
Hope you found these valuable!
You can’t make changes to something that crucial to a system without doing a lot of due diligence. Often, and especially with technical products such as this, power users get used to interfaces and grow efficient in using them.
Have you guys thought about testing this? Aren't most GitHub power users using the CLI anyway? I personally use GitHub's web interface and desktop app, and welcome any type of workflow improvement.
And yes, these articles are very valuable. Keep them coming Joel!
10/10. "pull request" is a super counter-intuitive term that needs to die.
I literally just went through this last week telling a co-worker that I still needed to do a "pull-request/merge-request/whatever I'm supposed to do before merging".
Makes it easy to visually see the potential merge conflicts before you merge a branch imho.
Think Jim's problem is the name not the actual process