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Bart @ InterConnect 2017 : Got git?

Bart @ InterConnect 2017 : Got git?

Island Training welcomes its newest Consultant/Instructor, Bartosz Chrabski!

During InterConnect 2017, Bart gave an interesting presentation: If you use git for  source control (either through GitHub or GitLab), how do you link your commits to your Work Items in RTC?

Let’s show you how to do that.

First: for GitHub

If your repository is on GitLab, here’s how to link your commits.

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