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GitHub Push Pattern Heatmap from QuantifiedDev
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GitHub Push Pattern Heatmap from QuantifiedDev



Richard Harris Richard Harris in Programming Thursday, August 14, 2014
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QuantifiedDev has come up with a way to learn something new about yourself with their GitHub Push Pattern Heatmap. The company says that, as far as they know, this is the first time you’ve been able to visualize your GitHub data in this way.

What can you find out?  How about which times of the week do you push to GitHub the least? What time was your latest push? When was your earliest? 

You can answer all these questions and more in a couple of clicks by linking your public GitHub data with QuantifiedDev. Just sign up, go to the dashboard and click “Link Data.”

Read more: http://www.quantifieddev.org/#/more

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