Git Going Fast: One Hour Git Crash Course
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Git Going Fast: One Hour Crash Course
This course is designed to cut academic theory to just the key concepts and focus on basics tasks in Git in order to be productive quickly. Students can expect to learn the minimum needed to start using Git in less than an hour.
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Course Introduction and Overview provides an introduction to this course and the Git source control system. Key concepts and the basic workflow are discussed.
Setup and Configuration provides step–by–step instructions on how to setup Git for Windows and Mac OS X, how to use Git’s help command, and how to setup the minimum required configuration to start using Git.
In Working with Git Locally, we walk through all the 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.
Going Remote covers publishing the locally created repository (previous section) on GitHub. Starting off by setting up SSH authentication, creating the remote version of our repository, linking the local repository with the remote version on GitHub, and finally sending our changes up to remote repository.
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Jeff Kala –
For a 1 hour course it’s a must!
Jon Syvertson –
Very quick for bare bones git. Good.
Arghyadeep mohanty –
there is only a problem in creating ssh key and using it
I’m korean, And I am not really goot at speaking and listening English. But I think this course made me more listening English skills. Thank you. And this course really easy to learn about basic of Git. If you want to learn listening English and basic of Git, I think this course may be perfect to you. I would like to learn more Git by his other course. Thank you?
Edgardo Zulueta –
The course was excellent
Saurabh Nikam –
Very good. Gives good idea about what git is.
Deepak Bhadoria –
I expected the course to talk a little bit about creating branches and how multiple users merge their code in to master etc.
Marie Lange –
Ananthvinothan I –
This is what I was looking for. Thanks
Pradip Mahavir Gudle –
Good to watch this course to understand basic of GIT in 1.5 hour.
Cesar Torres Ochoa –
Ubuntu version of this tutorial is not present
Tomasz Klimaszewski –
It’s good only for beginners with no experience in subject. Almost no information how to collaborate with others.
good one! i recommend others to take it for keep your code safe with version control
LALITHA PRIYA J –
Good Information. THank you
Kjell Inge Tomren –
This course suited my level of knowledge well and help me grasp the basic concepts of git.
Joseph Britto –
Good match for me.
Danish Ahmed2 –
Step to step things for beginner.. Loved it..thanks
Padmalatha Somashiandan –
Exactly something I was looking out for
Matt Ketteringham –
Gave me everything I needed to get going with Git. Thanks.
Robert Santos Costa –
Mesmo sendo um curso b sico traz o conte do suficiente para quem vai iniciar com o git.
Lionel John G. Arano –
I was a terrible match for it. The instructor knows his stuff, he just moves to fast. I was expecting my hand to be held in the course since it’s supposed to be a crash course.
Niezel Jee Custodio –
This is a good way to start since I am a beginner.
Ariel Sanchez –
Buen curso basico
Abhay Singh –
Cinthia Nazneen –
Vanessa G. Requina –
learned a lot!
Jarred Bryan Dacillo –
Robert Holt –
The course was ok. There were some other things I would have liked to have learned, such as rebase and squash, when working with remote repositories. I understand that this course is just to get you going on git, but feel that those are important topics. I have no problem with a crash course style material, but not at the same price as other more in depth courses.
Gowroji Sunil –
please update to latest
Spandana B –
The course content and delivery was very good. learnt the Git basics.
Han van Roosmalen –
I liked the approach and the fast pacing. Very well explained and it helped me getting up and running my own Github repo in the same time I was following this course. And yes there is more, but this helped a lot.
Sreejith M –
Sandeep Panigrahi –
Proper utilization of an hour of my life.
Selvin Durai –
This course is really simple, easy to understand with graphical representation. Helped me to get a hold on git.
Zakariyau Afeez Babatunde –
Somit Maloo –
Very effective course.
Rupali Deshwal –
Explained very well in this course.This is good if you know little bit of Git else it would be difficult to comprehend.
Barbara Kumer –
We do not use the command line, so this is a bit irrelevant. However, the concepts being explained are relevant, are explained well and have been helpful.
Mattias stergaard Oddi –
GIT is outdated and this course only covers the very basics of GIT.
Kurt Eggert –
Just what I needed to get started using Git!