Ione Souza Junior


May 24, 2024

Git Clean: The Command You Didn't Know You Needed


Imagine a messy Git repository, full of untracked files, build artifacts, and temporary files. What's the best way to remove all this unwanted content and keep the repository clean, freeing up space from your computer? Git offers a command called git clean and we'll learn about it in this post. Let's discover the command you didn't know you needed!

May 17, 2024

Git Worktree: Your Secret Weapon for Multitasking in Git


As a developer, you're no stranger to juggling multiple tasks. You might be fixing bugs in a production release, while simultaneously developing new features for the next version. This often means switching between different branches of your project, which can be a clunky and time-consuming process. Constantly stashing changes, checking out branches, and waiting for your IDE to catch up can significantly disrupt your workflow. But what if there was a way to work on multiple branches simultaneously, without the constant context switching? Enter git worktree: a powerful yet often overlooked command that can revolutionize the way you multitask in Git. Let's see it in action in this post.

May 10, 2024

Git Blame: Unveiling the Code's History


Ever stumbled upon a piece of code and wondered, "Who wrote this?" or "When was this changed?". Fear not, fellow developer, for "git blame" is here to the rescue! This powerful command acts as a detective, uncovering the history behind each line of code in your Git repository. Let's delve into it in today's post.

May 03, 2024

Understanding SwiftLint: Elevating Your iOS Code Quality and Standards


Code linting is a crucial practice in software development, aimed at maintaining code quality by identifying errors, bugs, and stylistic inconsistencies early in the development process. In iOS development, SwiftLint stands out as a valuable tool for enforcing coding standards and ensuring consistency across projects. This post explores SwiftLint's role in elevating iOS code quality and streamlining development workflows. Let's delve into the world of code linting with SwiftLint and discover its benefits for iOS developers.

April 26, 2024

You don't need to be a senior to contribute to open-source projects

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Want to contribute to open-source projects but feel intimidated by the idea? Don't worry! Contrary to popular belief, you don't need to be a senior developer to make meaningful contributions. In fact, getting started can be easier than you think. In this post, I'll share my experience and show you how simple it can be to contribute to open-source projects, regardless of your level of experience. Let's dive in and discover how you can start making a difference today!