The cURL utility is a command line program often bundled with Unix/Linux distributions and Mac OSX operating systems. It allows you to send just about any type of HTTP request via the command line, which is great for many things, ranging from posting data to a REST API to
A very common task in programming, regardless of language, is to copy (or clone) an object by value, as opposed to copying by reference. The difference is that when copying by value, you then have two unrelated objects with the same value or data. Copying by reference means that
SSH, or Secure Shell, is a very common way to securely access remote machines, typically via the command line. It aims at ensuring that your connection, and therefore all data passed, is free from eavesdropping. Because of this, there are quite a few checks built-in to the popular SSH clients,
One of the nice things about Git is it's flexibility, allowing you to perform just about any task on a source tree that you'd need. In this case I'm referring to cleaning up the history of a source tree by squashing commits.
When you squash commits, you're combining 2 or