About Amy Boyle

Feb 5, 2015 • Amy Boyle

Amy Boyle is a software developer at Washington State University, where she writes code for auditory neuroscience research. Amy is a proponent of open source, reproducible science, and code literacy for scientists. She is active in the local tech community as a team member of PDXShelter, and on the advisory committee for her local pyladies chapter.

What I found hardest about using Git the first time was…

I picked up Git about three years ago. I remember that I had the hardest time with pulling in upstream changes. I didn’t know what to do if I had changed code I hadn’t pushed yet, that was with and without conflicts with the upstream changes.