Most of these don't see much action day to day, but they're useful when they're useful.
# See a list of recent commits git log --stat --pretty=short --graph # Disregard uncommited changes to a file git checkout -- /PATH/TO/FILE # Checkout a specific past commit as a new branch git checkout -b NEW_BRANCH_NAME COMMIT_HASH # Amend a commit message before pushing git commit --amend # Add staged filed to the last commit (useful for assets) git commit --amend -C HEAD # List remote git branches git branch -a # See changes to files you've already committed git diff --cached
Neither do I. You're busy, and so is your inbox. I'll only be in touch when I publish something new. And of course it goes without saying your email will be kept completely private.