This is the second post in a three part series focused on setting up EC2 as a sandbox for application developers. I assume you have an AWS account with Amazon; if you don’t, please read Part 1 to learn how easy it is to sign up. In this installment we’ll see how to configure our development environment and install an Amazon Machine Instance (AMI) to run our applications.
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If you're a serious Ruby developer, you'll need an up-to-date version, possibly several. We cover the best Ruby version managers for macOS.
A Guide to Git Interactive Rebase, with Practical Examples
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Even if you're a Git pro, there might be more Git tricks to discover. Learn about interactive rebase, one of Git's most powerful tools.
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