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These are 2 of the best options for hosting your repositories on; and while I love them both, they do differ a bit. I'm going to go through the key features and why they each stand out more than the other (in their own way).

The first question that might come up, is why you would even want to use a hosted solution for your repository. In my opinion, the biggest benefit would be backup - you have another form of backup, just in-case something happens to your local repo.

jon | August 05, 2012 | Comments (0)

Do you really like Symfony2, but want to find out how to set it up to use git? That's pretty easy, and I can walk you through all the steps involved.

First, I'm going to assume that you already have a Symfony2 project setup and working. The only other thing you'll need is git installed. You can follow the steps on the following site, to get the most current git distribution set up.

jon | August 05, 2012 | Comments (0)