Git & GitHub Masterclass
$79.99 Track price
Git is the most used version control system for programmers in the world. GitHub, with 57 million repositories (projects) and 28 million users is the largest host of source code in the world.
The reality is, developers of all levels need to have a mastery of these tools.
Firstly, because employers are demanding these skills. Developers who don’t know Git and GitHub have less opportunities available to them because so many companies are using one or both of these technologies.
Secondly, if you don’t know how to use this technology you literally won’t be able to function as a programmer anywhere that version control is used. And thats most companies! Don’t get left behind!
This course was designed to get you back in the race – by giving you a mastery of both Git and GitHub!
You will learn all the basics of Git and GitHub, everything from what a repository is, to adding your code to one.
Commits, Pull Requests, Forks, Cloning a repository, Branches, Handling Merge conflicts, Continuous Integration and Delivery, Markdown, GitHub Pages and Google Colab – It’s all here.
But in addition to that you will learn how to use Git and GitHub in real life development situations, rather than learning theory only – So you will know how to use Git and GitHub the right way, and be ready to apply it to your professional development career.
Courses : 37
Specification: Git & GitHub Masterclass
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Tad Wimmer –
I have learned a lot from this course despite having used git for the last 5 years or so. Some suggestions for future updates: Walking through all of the python code on Google Collab to learn how to use the collaboration and branch protection features was painful I am not likely to use the non Git tools. I was disappointed to find that course doesn’t cover cover Gitlab, Microsoft Azure Devops, or Atlassian BitBucket implementations of GitHub. I also noted that Windows Git CMD wasn’t covered, nor did the section on IntelliJ integration cover using the terminal window for command line operations, or fully cover the contextual menu options (e.g. deleted branch from the dialog, but could have deleted from the contextual menu, etc). Finally, there was absolutely zero content covering the rebase functionality, this is an area where a newbie is most likely to encounter serious problems.
Manas Roy –
Michael Barnett –
The content of the course was good. You will learn how to use Git and Github. My only complaint is there lots of extra fluff. There are several lectures on Github Pages, Google Collab, Continuous Integration and Delivery that just didn’t seem relevant to the topic at hand, I would have rather have more time spend going more into depth about Git and Github.
Nicolas Bernier –
In depth while remaining concise! Great course!
Chris L Selby –
Lots of good information and covers all the topics in relation to Git and Github as far as how to correctly use and implement
Missing practical problems and excersises along with sections
Ismael Ibrahim Mohamed –
it is a great course I am really enjoyed and it is very useful for me
Adriano Wagner Agra de Andrade –
Excellent course ! Rich in details !
John MacLennan –
Needs updating to current version of Git.
Curtis Edge –
Instructor is hard to understand.
Piotr Sad owski –
The course explains very accurately all the features of Git and GitHub together with all commands. This is what I have been looking for!
Ian Whittle –
This course was highly informative and I would recommend it to anyone using Git/GitHub
Stefan Iordache –
One of the best lecturers I ve seen on Udemy. The course content is good, well balanced when you are reviewing old skills and I assume that will be perfect for peoples who just learn about software versioning and GitHub. Although some reviewers stated that stashing is not presented ( as a negative aspect ) , I search and read and make couple of tests using the official git page in under 30 minutes. The only negative remark is that there it has no individual exercise/Labs part. Keep up the good work Eduardo !
Brent Mason –
Content is good, but author appears to be AWOL. Seeing many unanswered Q&A students should not have to help other students 🙁
Simranjeet Singh Puaar –
this course has taught me lot of stuff about git and i was able to clear most of the concepts. Only problem was there was no one to help when i got stuck