I’ve had a github account since 2013. My initial use was for setting up a workflow with PhoneGab and Testflight. A colleague of mine became the mobile consultant in our company and I lost interest in this setup.
Doing my talk about TDD last year made me revisit my github page. I now had a better understanding of GIT and the need of a place for my demo code. So I created the project and uploaded the code.
A post from Scott Hanselman about publishing code to keep growing, inspired me. This made me publish my TrelloScripts. I believe it is the right thing to do. Also keeps my sources “backed up” off-site.
Visit my github page here http://github.com/erictummers. Feel free to use the sources. Pull requests are welcome. Let me know what you think.
Sharing is caring, awesome! kleine suggestie: aangeven in de readme dat het een VS project betreft met C# code… nu moet je in de code snuffelen; even in de readme aanduiden helpt de zoekenden op GitHub 😉
Lijken me handige scripts voor Trello users!
Thanks for the tip. Added the info to the readme.
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