Git & GitHub Bootcamp & Integration with most popular IDEs
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Student Reviews For The Git Bootcamp With GitHub Course.
Brilliant course. Learned a lot and I am now using git and github in my software development. The videos and explanations are very clear and cover everything you need to get started using git and github. – David Crombie
Not only does he teach the basics of git and GitHub, but he also shows how to use it with several different editors, and even shows you how to install all of them on top of it. I have a much better grip on git and GitHub and although I do need a lot of practice – Francisca Roele
The information on how to configure git and github was very clear and easy to follow. The examples on how to use git were easy to understand and the instructor showed how to use the most important features of git. Overall it is a very good introduction to the use of git and github. – Bill Coulter
Maybe you’ve heard how version control is an important part of software development, but haven’t gotten around to learn about Git yet?
Perhaps you have searched to find a course that will teach you the important parts of using Git and GitHub, but have failed to find one that actually explains things in detail, step by step.
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Loren Burge –
all the acronyms are explained, the past usage is explained and compared to the future, and the articulation is slow and steady, not too fast!
Danny Van Welden –
It is what I expected, but it could be updated with the newer version of IntelliJ, … You do need some basic knowledge about git to understand this course well. To me, the strength of this course is about how to use GIT with the IDE’s, not the GIT introduction itself.
Pat Maynard –
I’ve done some work programming and this course is very well outlined and detailed enough to cover all I need to work with git in all its forms.