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Git Complete: The definitive, step-by-step guide to Git

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Git Complete

This course is designed to be a comprehensive approach to Git, which means no prior knowledge or experience is required but students will emerge at the end with a very solid understanding and hands–on experience with Git and related source control concepts.

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Course Outline

Course Introduction and Overview provides an introduction to this course and the Git source control system and sets the stage for the rest of the course.

After the introduction, the first thing we do is Git Installation for both Windows and Mac.

Quick Start a very quick (15 minutes), hands–on introduction to Git. We start off by signing up for GitHub, creating a repository there, the makiing a local copy (clone), local changes (add/commit) and then update GitHub with our changes (push).

In Basic Commands, we walk through all the foundational commands needed to start a new project managed by Git (or enable Git for an existing project) all the way through making commits, including common file operations like moving and deleting files. We also cover how to exclude the wrong files from accidentally being committed and how to review your repository’s history.

With a strong foundation in place, we explore ways to make Comparisons in Git, including all the different local states, between commits, and between local and remote repositories.

Instructor Details

With nearly 20 years of programming and software development experience, I started out teaching myself programming while in High School. I put myself through college working for a local Internet Service Provider as a programmer. Before finishing college, I developed and sold an award winning website to a Dot-Com start-up. After college, I have worked at several companies ranging from start-ups to large enterprises focusing on Java and client-side technologies (HTML/CSS/JavaScript). Throughout my career, I have opportunity to learn many software development best practices and exposure to several version control systems.

Specification: Git Complete: The definitive, step-by-step guide to Git

Duration

6 hours

Year

2018

Level

All

Certificate

Yes

Quizzes

No

29 reviews for Git Complete: The definitive, step-by-step guide to Git

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  1. Diana Laza

    Introductory course on git.

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  2. Avdesh Singh

    Too much depth and clearance in every step, that any Lyman can even understand

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  3. Brett Smith

    Great course on git, brings you up to speed quickly and gives to a better understanding of the ins and outs of the git system.

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  4. Vijitha Thalakola

    ok

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  5. Peter Hiross

    very very basic. not what I was expecting. Guy is kind of verbose and has bloat. Example he goes over how to modify your path in windows in two different examples. One should suffice and put a ref to the first on the second example.

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  6. Ravindra Patade

    Very Good course enjoyed it 🙂

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  7. John Patrick Adriano

    Yes , specially for Web Development

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  8. Paul Ockleford

    Pretty good as a refresher but a bit basic, I picked up a couple of nice tips, I had never used git pull rebase and previously would fetch and then rebase against origin.

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  9. Mourad Nasri

    good teaching skills

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  10. Lorenzo Piovesan

    Very well explained and down to the point

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  11. Satyavolu Abhishek

    Very informative. Explaination was crisp and the examples were very helpful.

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  12. Joe Monnin

    It was titled Git Complete, but things were missing. There was nothing about bisect, restore, sparse checkout or grep. There was no instruction on how to fix mistakes, such as undoing a commit accidentally made to the wrong branch or rolling back resets, for example. And the concept that git commits are basically just pointers was mentioned in passing, but not explained in depth. All of this is important to really understand git and to know how to troubleshoot problems. The basic commands and workflow was explained well and I would recommend this course for beginners, but not for someone who already knows the basics but wants to become an expert.

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  13. Sourav Pal

    It

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  14. Ranjani Harish

    Explained well and easy to follow. Highly recommend

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  15. Antonia Lloyd Davies

    Good practice getting comfortable with git

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  16. Vinay Sathe

    This is very good learning

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  17. Albert Esalnikov

    Excellent course for beginners. The only issue is that there is no good explanation of different reset modes with examples.

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  18. Pandiyarajan

    Just started, so far good. Let’s go further on this course

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  19. Jakub Svorc

    I like the way lector of this course explain things. He talks about commands and how it work and then shows it on console.

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  20. GENE SIEPKA

    Good stuff

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  21. William Zeitler

    Slow pace so far

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  22. Kevin

    what do i know? but from what i saw, the examples were complete and it seems whatever scenario i could run into was at least mentioned, if not worked through with this course. I’m sure I will use the ref material for quite some time.

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  23. Rajat Khare

    I like how the instructor gives practical examples for everything but it would’ve been better if also gave explanations like why we need a particular command, when to use it and how it is different from other similar commands.

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  24. Abhishek Ghosh

    The topics were covered nicely and interaction is awesome.

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  25. Shaik Maqsood

    Tutor was good and topics were well explained, but i surely have a few complains. I notice that the course was a bit slow, I had to watch the entire course at 1.25X speed. Plus there were places where the tutor was repeating a process number of times and just making the video lengthy. And a few important topics were missed out (Cherry pick which was jus spoken of in Office Sessions, etc.)

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  26. Pankaj Lomte

    I understood overall all the topics except Bonus:Office Hours sessions. Explanation was not clear. It will be really helpful if you could explain it clearly with proper scenarios.

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  27. Kyle Palko

    A few things are outdated (commands) but the overall course was really good.

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  28. Shabab Bazrafkan

    This is a great course. Easy to follow and very practical. The teacher speaks very clear which makes it easy for non English speakers to follow. The course does not teach you every single command of git. I don’t think any single person can do that. You need to be creative and proactive, use the git documentation, and look up the forums and online Q&A platforms. This course is a great starting point to give you an understanding of git and prepares you for real life applications. Highly recommend it.

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  29. Venkat raja

    sdssssssssssssss

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