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With over a decade of experience under my belt as a full-stack developer, I've had the opportunity to spearhead project teams at tech startups in Vietnam, Thailand, Japan and Singapore. Additionally, I have worked as a freelance engineer for various companies based in Asia Pacific, Europe, and North America.

Presently, I serve the role of a Senior Full Stack Software Engineer at ACX. I am consistently committed to exploring and acquiring knowledge on emerging and popular technologies.


#TIL 42 - Cherry pick from pull request

blog_hero_#TIL 42 - Cherry pick from pull request

How to cherry pick from pull request


Use Homebrew to install hub on macOS:

  brew install hub


After installing, configure hub to work with GitHub by editing the ~/.config/hub file.

  1. Create or Edit the Configuration File:

    vi ~/.config/hub  # You can use any text editor
  2. Add Your Configuration:

        - user: YOUR_USERNAME
          oauth_token: ghp_YOUR_TOKEN
          protocol: https
  3. Save and Exit the text editor.

Cherry pick from pull request

Use hub am Command: To apply the changes from a specific GitHub pull request to your local branch, use the following command:

  hub am -3 GITHUB-URL

Here, -3 is recommended for three-way merging and GITHUB-URL is the URL of the pull request or commit you want to apply.

This will download the pull request's patch to a temporary location and then use git am to apply it to your local branch.

Hope this provides a concise and informative explanation.