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Introduction to git

Our training program will allow you to hit the ground running in working with git, the world's most advanced Version Control System.
Code: DEV-007
Duration: 10 hours

Description

Our training program will allow you to hit the ground running in working with git, the world's most advanced Version Control System. During the course participants will find out about basic concepts of distributed VCS, admire git's awesome features and gain practical experience using its various features. Git's speed, cheap local branching, and multiple workflows will make you want to fly!

Roadmap

What is git
  • Author and origin
  • Main concepts
  • Differences from other SCMs

Work with single repository
  • Initialization
  • Add and commit files
  • Log & config
  • Git as directed acyclic graph
  • Commit details
  • Add and remove files from index

Work with local branches
  • Branching basics
  • Merge
  • Checkout
  • Local workflow
  • Git reset

Parallel work with git
  • Create and clone remote repository
  • Parallel work cases demonstration
  • Remote branches
  • Pushing and pulling changes
  • Tracking branches
  • Custom log
  • Aliases

Specific commands
  • Git tag
  • Merge vs. rebase
  • Detached head state
  • Git cherry-pick
  • Git reflog
  • Git revert
  • Git stash

Objectives

  • Give participants a crash course in basic git
  • Get acquainted with the concepts of distributed version control systems
  • Get comfortable with the most common git commands

Target Audience

Developers


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