The common way we configure Git email address at our machine is:
git config --global user.email email@example.com
It’s only for 1 email address and it will become a challenge when you have 2 (or more) Git accounts for different purposes e.g: for work project and for personal project. Remote repository only calculates commit contribution if configured email address matches with account’s email address.
One of solution I think of is to re-configure email address by re-running above terminal command each time before committing. However, it seems not efficient. There is another way to solve it.
I will no longer using rajadavidhasugian.wordpress.com to post a new writing. I’m in progress to move this site to self hosted wordpress with a new domain: rajahasugian.com
See you there later.
Here are the steps:
1. Create remote repository from Github webpage
2. Create new local repository
git add -A
Below is my personal setup and configuration of Sublime Text 3 on MacOSX
Why writing an effective bug report is a good skill for QA team?
In my earlier days as QA analyst, Development team often complained me about how confusing bug report I wrote.
The general complaints I received are about ambiguous description, confusing steps to reproduce, and missing visual evidence.
I felt annoyed with these complaints at the time. So I complained back to them that they should already understand the bug because they were the one who created it in the first place.