If you code, then you should learn how to use Git. Git is a version control system for keeping track of your code changes. Even if you’re just a one-man team, you could benefit from using Git. Here’s an excellent website that explains the entire Git process, from setting up a new repository to the more advanced features of Git. In addition, if you haven’t already signed up, I recommend that you create an account with GitHub. It’s free account for creating public repositories.
A bit of news from Google. They’re shutting down Google Code. Not now, but in 10 months. This will give developers the time to migrate their code over to other project hosting companies such as GitHub, Bitbucket, etc. Beginning today, you can longer create a new project within Google Code.
So, I’m not surprised by Google’s move since they themselves have moved most of their open-source projects over to GitHub. To help with the migration, Google will offer tools for developers to migrate their code over to GitHub, Bitbucket or Sourceforge.
Finally, here’s the blog post from Google of the announcement.
This article has instructions how to generate SSH key on the Mac. It also covers Linux and Windows. You can skip step 3 if you’re not working with Github.