With a little more delay than what we expected, this GURU advisor issue too is online!
We have covered extensively about the power and usefulness of Git and of versioning in general, and in this issue you’ll find the second part of the article.
But a technology alone is just a technology, it becomes useful when coupled with the proper tool to take advantage of it, so we have tested a selection of the best Git clients.
We started with the most famous and used, and as we didn’t just stopped by the first big names, we have discovered a huge ecosystem. In order to have coherent results, we used the same procedure (usage sequence) for all client, and we obtained a uniform experience.
Historically, we at GURU have mostly been inclined on the software side of things, but to break with the routine we decided to dedicate this issue’s cover to an interesting product used to cover an important number of use cases, hoping to arouse the curiosity to experiment in the field of middle-distance radio links.
In this segment of the market Ubiquiti is one of the main producers as it can cover an ample slice of the market and, in the last years, has improved a lot their graphical interface by making them appealing and intuitive, thus guaranteeing an improved user experience.
And for those who particularly enjoyed Ansible, we have the second part of the related article; finally, the updated list of Words of the Day and our bulletins.