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Introduction to Git

This course will allow you to hit the ground running working with Git, the world's most advanced Version Control System (VCS). You'll find out about basic concepts of distributed VCS, learn Git's awesome features, and gain some practical experience. Git's speed, cheap local branching, and multiple workflows will enlighten and delight!
Access enabled:
30.03.2020 - 30.04.2020
Format:
Self-learning
Language:
English
Objectives

This crash course in basic Git will allow you to:

  • Get acquainted with the concepts of distributed version control systems
  • Get comfortable with the most common Git commands
Prerequisites
  • Comfortable with the command line
  • Willing to learn new stuff and break old habits
Content
  1. Module 1: Git Basics

    • Git Overview
    • Getting Started with Git.
  2. Module 2: Working with Files in Git
    This module covers the following topics:

    • File Structure in Git,
    • Committing,
    • Other Commands for Managing Files and Commits.
  3. Module 3: History in Git
    This module covers the following topics:

    • How Git Stores History,
    • Browsing History,
    • History View Customization,
    • Debugging.
  4. Module 4: Branching
    This module covers the following topics:

    • Branching Basics,
    • Managing Branches,
    • Merging Branches,
    • Resolving Conflicts.
  5. Module 5: Parallel Work in Git
    This module covers the following topics:

    • Remote Work Initiation,
    • Parallel Work Process,
    • Remote Branching.
  6. Module 6: Advanced Techniques in Git
    This module covers the following topics:

    • Special Commands for Files,
    • Special Commands for Managing History,
    • Special Commands for Managing Commits,
    • Special Commands for Branching.

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Introduction to Git

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