Git by Example
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Git is an essential skill for all team members of a technology company. In order to survive, technology companies are increasingly depending on continuous delivery to give customers a better experience. Git or other methods of Version Control are necessary in order to do this.
Git is necessary for teamwork, organisation, and management of projects. It is much easier to work when all team members can immediately see code changes and can follow what others have done.
It s difficult to go wrong with Git. You can always roll back if someone deletes code, changes the structure of your project, or sends out incomplete code. Everyone makes mistakes, but when using Git properly, no mistake is fatal.
Today we will make sure you get familiar, understand, and then master the extremely popular Version Control system called Git. This was originally used in the Linux project, so it is lightweight, but able to cope with the largest of projects.
Throughout the course we will learn:
Now you can acquire a vital and in–demand skill to boost your CV and development abilities, help your team deliver working software, and make companies love you.
Join us now, and tomorrow you could be an expert. I ll see you inside!
Courses : 6
Specification: Git by Example
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Javier Conti –
Simple and quick introduction to Git with clear examples.
Iain Cox –
Some very good material
Constantine Krylov –
Need more advanced topics like rebase, tags, hooks, self hosted remote repos, etc. Thank you!
Chane Du Toit –
I really enjoyed this course and it helped me become more adept using the bash terminal and sourcetree. The course also expanded on my limited knowledge of GIT.
ilyas Guvenilir –
jose is great.
Anders Albert –
The instructor is easy to listen to and gives clear instructions. So, far (out of three) the best course on git. However, the last section leaves more to be desired. There is no demo of merging conflicting code, even though it is promoted earlier in the course.
Alessandro Zampieri –
Very interesting course and very useful for my job. Jose explaind all topics in a deep way with many examples. Very interesting the final part with the program SourceTree. I know GitKraken is a software similar to SourceTree.
Guru P –
Easy to understand. Good examples.
Anantha Vinjamuri –
Greg Hildstrom –
Overall, this is a great course with lots of good information. Thanks. Sitting through terminal and vim basics is unnecessary for a seasoned Unix/Linux developer who just wants to learn Git, but I see how that information would be beneficial for a novice. I feel that level of information belongs in a separate bash/vim fundamentals course that can be referenced here. The SourceTree coverage is interesting, but it seems a bit off topic for a course focused on Git. Again, I feel this belongs in a separate SourceTree course that can be referenced here. I’d rather see more Git topics, features, and cli usage covered in this course, without walking through a GUI that many developers may not have a need for or may not have access to.