Git Essentials The step-by-step guide to Git mastery
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Welcome to Git for Everybody / Git Essentials
This is the updated 2020 version for the modern web developer and this course supports Windows, Mac and Linux users.
In this course you learn everything you need to know about working with Git and GitHub.
By the end of this course you will have the knowledge and confidence you need to:
Apply for a job
Work in a team
Work on open source projects
Git is the secret tool that almost every developer uses but nobody talks about. It’s such a commonplace tool that it’s rarely mentioned on job postings because it’s assumed that, no matter what your skill level is, that you KNOW how to use Git and GitHub.
I’ve worked with several teams and companies over the years and everything you’ll learn in this course is what I tend to use almost every day and certainly every week.
To learn how to use Git and GitHub does not take 10, 8 or even 6 hours. The truth is Git is a complicated program, but using Git is easy!
There are a number of commands you’ll use every day, and a few more commands you’ll see once or twice a week. Beyond that, you would be learning advanced Git that you’ll never use, ever! Don’t get stuck learning tools and commands that you’ll never use. By taking this course, you are going to learn all the important aspects of Git and GitHub, and you won’t be wasting 6+ hours learning things you’ll never use.
Courses : 10
Specification: Git Essentials The step-by-step guide to Git mastery
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Pavel Pazourek –
Hi Kalob, I think you did great job. I just didn’t put five starts because I believe there is always some space for improvement. But I corrected the rating now, you are five start, all the best. Pavel
Susan Wright –
This course is excellent. Before I took it, I realize now that I didn’t really understand the relationship of the local and origin repositories and how to keep them in sync. Now I do because this course cleared all that up. He goes into all the different Git actions a senior developer on a team would be expected to know using specific examples that you can do yourself to consolidate your learning as you follow along.
Soumya Dash –
Really good course and the instructor explains each section very clearly. Loved it
Ana Boca –
Decent course wherein the instructor goes over the basics of Git commands. I think that the setup for the course could have provided more of an encompassing overview and the instructor, especially toward the end, types too fast. I like when instructors account for other people typing, so that the student doesn’t have to pause and start again. I think it is a massive endeavor and impressive to set up these courses to begin with. With that being said, I still would have liked some visuals to complement the branching and the actions. Like what this guy did: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v f1wnYdLEpgI. I know it probably took an insane amount of work, but the visuals The Modern Coder guy uses as he’s coding are so incredibly helpful! This was overall a decent course for the basics and I am glad to have it as a reference point to go back to!
Samuel Peter –
It’s a great course to start with, especially for folks who are new to Git. The favorite part is the style of the tutor using command lines to illustrates git work flow. If you want to get started., I would say its a good choice.
Vishal Birari –
There is no sufficient content on the model where master exists and fork (created from master and another fork created from another fork) exists and Fork has many branches. Where local repo has a upstream attached to master OR another fork.
Anna Mikhailenko –
As a Junior, after taking the course I feel much more comfortable to use git daily. Will definitely use the course for a reference, especially for advanced features. Also a very useful bonus section about hosting my portfolio on GitHub.