Scottish essayist Thomas Carlyle may not have been thinking about remote working tools for software development teams when he wrote, “Man is a tool-using animal. Without tools, he is nothing; with tools, he is all”. However, the statement is apt in this age of the internet with hundreds of thousands now working from remote locations. The statement is especially true for team leaders charged with the herculean task of managing remote software development teams.
Open source software has had a tremendous year, with big gains across the board, according to the latest Octoverse report from GitHub. The report, which was presented by GitHub’s Vice President of Developer Relations Martin Woodward at Universe 2022, explores the state of open source and the key trends shaping software development.
As developers, we know that working with Git can be a daunting task at times. But did you know that ChatGPT, the large language model developed by OpenAI, can make your Git workflow smoother and more efficient? In this blog post, we’ll explore a few ways Developers can use ChatGPT to work better with Git.
Prior to the pandemic, remote work was rare. Although some software development companies hired remote workers, the trend was mostly scoffed at until the pandemic revolutionized the nature of work. A growing body of researchers have studied the prevalence of remote work among software developers.