We use Github extensively here at BookingBug and I, like many of you, have a github.com account. For those not in the know, it’s a fantastic SaaS that helps you host and track changes to your codebase in online repositories, which you can have as either public or private. However, as a shared platform, it relies on unique usernames to give access to your team’s projects, much in the same way as a twitter ID. Since I

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