Tag Archives: github
by Ed Tee on 9:30 am August 16, 2017
I was privileged to take part in the “Hack the App” session during the Inman Connect event last week. It gave me some insights into alternative ways of building products for the real estate sector and particularly the role open source could play in that. The session was not like a traditional hackathon where teams compete to create a product from scratch. Rather, an idea had been conceived beforehand and some thought had already gone into how it should work. This was a great way … Read More »
by Drew Meyers on 8:35 am March 14, 2014
For the geeks who know what GitHub is, and use it…you should watch this Pando Monthly video with its founder, Tom Preston-Werner… There is a real estate angle in there — Tom bought a house while in debt and without any sort of proof he was making any money.
by Drew Meyers on 6:49 am November 21, 2013
GitHub is a place where hardcore geeks socialize, and non geeks never ever venture. What is it, exactly? From Crunchbase: GitHub is a social network for programmers. Git is a distributed software management program created by Linus Torvalds, originally for the Linux Kernel Development. GitHub is a hosted Git repository. Github allows you to take part in collaboration by forking projects, sending and pulling requests, and monitoring development. I realize this is a “geeky” audience, but not hardcore geeks to the point of actually writing code. … Read More »