Tyler Hoyt


A self taught software developer working professionally in C, C#, Javascript, and Python. I have been using Git since 2011 and am obsessed with understanding underlying architecture of every tool I use.

Git Gud

I will begin with the basics of how git stores commits and uses hash pointers to keep the integrity of the files and history. I will then go into how the hash pointers work and how they are generated, including the metadata saved about each commit. I will end with creating a Git commit from scratch without using any Git commands.

All sessions by Tyler Hoyt

Git Gud

17 Feb 2018
13:00 - 14:00
2nd Floor Courtroom