Have fun with this week's article and nugget.
Git merge and Git rebase are totally different operations on a Git tree, but they can both be used to consolidate changes from two branches into another branch.
This new article tries to demystify the difference of merge and rebase a bit, so you can better choose when to use which.
If there's one thing that I've taken from reading "The Psychology of Money" (a good book, by the way, I'll post my book notes shortly), it's this quote:
"Tails drive everything."
All events can be visualized on a distribution curve. Some events happen quite commonly, other events happen rarely.
Those rare events are part of the "long tail" of the distribution curve - the part of the distribution curve where probability is close to 0, but not quite.
Rare events often have an immense impact that outperforms the aggregated impact of many more common events.
Some tail events from my life:
The longer you keep doing something, the more likely you will experience a tail event that has great impact.
The more things you try, the more likely you will find something that really pays out.
Very rare events happen to people every day!
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