Hulkort helps you tracking your Git commit statistics. It’s as simple as eating ice cream, try it yourself!
Similar to many fellow programmers I like data. Since I spend a lot of time programming I looked for a way to track such data.
I thought Git could provide the best data. So I wrote a post about the different ways one could use to get statistics from Git.
After some comments on Hacker News and a bunch of emails I decided to go with a post-commit hook. After 10 minutes poking around with Git hooks I was tracking my Git commit statistics. Postbin helped storing the data.
But what is data without graphs? Getting the data from Postbin and putting it into a spreadsheet is a pain.
So I built Hulkort with the help of Thomas Buchöster.
If you are into statistics like me, you should give it a try! Getting started is a matter of 2 minutes and I would love to hear your feedback!
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