Introducing GitHub for Unity

Git helps millions of developers write and collaborate on code, but it’s not always a practical choice for building games. With the GitHub for Unity extension, Unity game developers (artists and programmers alike) can better integrate Git and GitHub into their workflow, even if they’re versioning large binary assets.
The GitHub for Unity extension integrates Git and GitHub directly into the Unity Editor. You can easily configure, collaborate, and manage your Git project in a dedicated window. The extension also includes Git LFS v2.0 support to store large binary assets and introduces file locking to help communicate with your team that you are working on difficult-to-merge files.

The GitHub for Unity extension is a first step towards unifying the GitHub and Unity workflows, and we’d love to hear your feedback to help guide us in the right direction. Watch for an alpha release over the next few weeks. We’ll be making the


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Using Docker for Magento 2 development

In the last year the Docker project got a lot of adoption due to its simpler and streamlined use flow, portability across systems, application isolation, lower resources footprint, container versioning and the list can go on. A big part of this rise in adoption is also due to its team paying more attention to the community and community events. I myself got started after a local Docker community meetup, where a discussion with a mentor helped me understand the Docker ecosystem and flow.
An aspect I really like about working with Docker is the fact that it solves a real problem, mainly found in long term projects: the time spent configuring a working environment for the project. One recurring issue I keep seeing in projects is that each time we need to add a new environment, either because a new team member joins the project or we need a new test


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AWS Quick Starts Update – Tableau, Splunk, Compliance, Alfresco, Symantec

AWS Quick Starts help you to deploy popular solutions on AWS. Each Quick Start is designed by AWS solutions architects or partners, and makes use of AWS best practices for security and high availability. You can use them to spin up test or production environments that you can use right away.
The Quick Starts include comprehensive deployment guides and AWS CloudFormation templates that you can launch with a single click. The collection of Quick Starts is broken down in to seven categories, as follows:
DevOps
Databases & storage
Big Data & analytics
Security & compliance
Microsoft & SAP
Networking & access
Additional
Over the past two months we have added six new Quick Starts to our collection, bringing the total up to 42. Today I would like to give you an overview of the newest Quick Starts in each category.
Tableau Server (Big data


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Amazon Outage Cost S&P 500 Companies $150M

From a report on Axios: Cyence, an economic modeling platform, shared some data with Axios that show the ramifications: Losses of $150 million for S&P 500 companies. Losses of $160 million for U.S. financial services companies using the infrastructure.

Read more of this story at Slashdot.


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