Git: Master Version Control with Git – Step-by-Step!: 3-in-1
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Version control is a system that records changes to a file or set of files over time so that you can recall specific versions later.Git version control gives developers the capability to manage, version, release, and share a code base, free from the nightmare of breaking code. With an enhanced workflow and a faster release cycle, it makes agile software development much easier.
Controlling your projects (small or large) is easier now, owing to the advanced functionalities that Git supplies! It performs fast, is easy to manage, and makes Source Control Management uncomplicated and effortless for you. It will help you implement that perfect workflow you have been looking for!
This comprehensive 3–in–1 course is an easy–to–follow guide full of examples to help you gain knowledge and expertise in Git. Master the essential commands to manage artifacts within a Git repository. Hook up a local repository with a remote repository such as GitHub in order to prepare for a team collaboration scenario. Delve into the advanced features of Git to enhance your mastery of it. Explore branching, merging, rebasing, tagging, and also how to resolve conflicts and resolutions while using them in your projects. Get acquainted with best practices in Gitalong with managing, recovering, and handling your data and troubleshooting!
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Thiago Coura –
Reorganize the course plan, improve the shell examples. Too much git commands in same windows. Go in Realtime doing the commands step by step
Luis Garcia Figueres –
This course really goes in depth with Git, starting from the very basic, but giving you the feeling of actually mastering Git once you’ve finished it.
Pablo Rejos –
Very good course, Very complete. I thing the incremental approach works very well. The only negative part: The last instructor, who was fantastic explaining tech things, should improve his English pronunciation (the ed pronunciaton of the past tense verbs was somewhat anoying).