Windows with Git
I’ve nearly exclusively used Linux for all blogging, development, and research. The Bash command line is just too powerful to ignore. Now with Microsoft making major strides to improve PowerShell I’m finding myself spending more and more time on my Windows machine.
Running a VM just for git and vim is a silly thing to do. I spent about 10 minutes getting git working on my Windows laptop and getting my blog workflow up and running.
I’m using the following tools: + Atom Editor + Git for Windows + KeePass 2 + KeeAgent + plink
About the author
Brooks Garrett is a dedicated technologist who specializes in information security. Brooks has spent over 10 years implementing security programs for both the public and private sector including some of the biggest names in the Fortune 500. When he's not managing risk in the corporate environment you can find him at the local firestation where he is a volunteer firefighter.