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Are you into yoga? Have you ever want to try it? Maybe you just want to improve your health and get into better shape? Then you might want to check out Pocket Yoga. ... (more)

The Surprisingly Simple Thing You Need To Know To Plan Your Work

Efficiency and productivity are two of the most popular topics among bloggers and tech writers. From the 4-Hour Workweek to Lifehacker, sites love to write about time-saving tips, tricks, and other ways to get your work done faster. ... (more)

New White Paper: The Technology Management Office

In a hurry? Download the white paper here! Cloud services have touched every part of the enterprise. Companies like Salesforce have transition thousands upon thousands of salespeople into using the cloud for their most critical data. DevOps and systems integration teams use companies like NewRelic. Even project management organizations use tools like hosted SharePoint to share documents and information across projects, and have a virtual or fully-staffed project management office function to facilitate this. Developers are unique in that unlike other employees, they have the know... (more)

Getting Started: Subversion Permissions

A few months ago, I posted some of the differences between Git and Subversion. In summary: Git and Subversion are different version control systems with different strengths. Neither one is a best fit for every project; you’ll get the best results by examining your team’s needs and choosing the system that is the best fit. As I mentioned in my prior post, one of the key differences between Subversion and Git is that Subversion knows how to manage fine-grained permissions for your users. So for instance, you can specify that contractors do not have access to code other than their ... (more)

Do you need a Subversion client?

Whether you're running Subversion yourself on your local servers or taking advantage of one of ProjectLocker's hosted Subversion subscriptions, you'll still need a suitable Subversion client to run on your workstation.  Since ProjectLocker will work with virtually any Subversion client, we're tool-agnostic.  But, we realize it's probably helpful for both our new customers and veteran clients to see what's currently available.  Below, you'll find a list of some of the most popular open source Subversion clients on the web, arranged by supported operating systems.  This list is by ... (more)