Git Shots, Chronicles of Coding – Short Film

How it started

Late last year I was browsing around on Coderwall and came across a cool idea to take a picture of yourself using your webcam everytime you commit some code to git. For the non-technical person, this means that every time you make some changes to a project you are working on, you get to take a shameless seflie! What better way to connect the programmatic world to visual arts than this?

Six months and 302 commits later, after “filming” non-stop all over the world, and by all over the world I mean at work, on the BART, at home and other random places in the San Francisco Bay Area since August of 2013, I am proud to present you my short film, “Git Shots, Chronicles of Coding”.

Git Shots, Chronicles of Coding from Petar Bojinov

Interested in remembering every one of your commits?

Setting it up was a challenge due to the fragmented information scattered among many different sources, so I ended up writing a blog post on how to set it up yourself.

Enjoy and please help spread the word by sharing.

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