Push the current git branch, even if you've never pushed it before
The first time you push a git branch to a remote, you have to be explicit the first time:
git push origin my-branch-name
Every time after that, a simple
git push will work fine. But there's a ~/.gitconfig setting that will let you just
git push without needing that initial explicitness:
[push] # Push current branch even if you've never pushed it before default = current
You might want to take a look at my gitconfig for more tips.