I'm working with several students from Mendicant's January 2012 session and encouraging all of them to SEND ME TEH CODEZ as soon as they've got something worthwhile to talk about. The result has been nothing short of amazing and I'm really starting to see the power of Github's pull request system.
But using Github to discuss code isn't my idea. Zach Holman's talk, "How GitHub uses GitHub to build GitHub" proposes that pull requests are for discussing code. Because of that they should be created right away so the discussion and feedback can occur faster, resulting in better code
by Jordan Byron
January 16, 2012