running tests all the time

I’ve been using a great TDD tool called ncrunch (http://www.ncrunch.net/)

It’s a Visual Studio add-in that automatically runs tests in the background. It analyses your code changes and runs the affected tests.

 

less typing on git command line

If you’re tired of typing git commands you can set aliases for your favourites.

enter the following command while on the git command line;

git config –global alias.down pull

You can now type ‘git down’ instead of ‘git pull’ as this command creates an alias for pull called ‘down’.

Here’s a few other examples of mine;

git st => git status

git config –global alias.st status

git co => git commit

git commit => git co

git config –global alias.co commit %1

git push => git up

git config –global alias.up push origin master