Get Git Smart Course: Learn Git in Unity, SourceTree, GitHub
$84.99 Track price
Want to learn Git without falling asleep? You’re in the right place!
Learning version control can be tricky and boring, we’re here to make it easy and fun. Using game development as the example project, we’ll be showing step–by–step how to get into git (get it?).
By the end of the course you’ll have an indispensable tool, that will allow you to…
Protect your valuable work using git version control.
Explore creative options using Atlassian’s SourceTree & the terminal / command line.
Backup efficiently to the Internet, specifically GitHub but GitLab and BitBucket are mentioned.
Learn all the common version control workflows that you’ll need day–to–day.
Lay the foundations for collaboration with others.
You won’t only be learning the science of version control, but the art too. For example you’ll learn common usage patterns that keep your live simple, and even how to setup your online portfolio to show your work in the best light.
Your instructor Ben Tristem is the founder of GameDev tv, and has taught 100,000s of students to code and use creative software from scratch, so you’re in good hands. No prior experience of version control, git, or coding required.
We’ll be covering Windows, however MacOS and Linux users can also follow along with a little modification.
Courses : 11
Specification: Get Git Smart Course: Learn Git in Unity, SourceTree, GitHub
22 reviews for Get Git Smart Course: Learn Git in Unity, SourceTree, GitHub
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Devin Ordean –
So far, so good. Every future programmer needs to know github. I am very pleased with the way Ben T. teaches.
Bryan Exley –
It does a good job of explaining the concepts of each git command, which will help later on when you try to learn the actual command line. If the command line equivalent was presented with the GUI commands or as a document you could download, I think that would be helpful so you could relate the choices in the sourcetree gui with the actual command that gets executed. Since my usage of git is on Linux, windows GUI commands aren’t terribly helpful to me, but that is specific to my use of git.
David Welsh –
I’m not a Unity user, however I found the course interesting. Ben is enthusiastic and I learned several things about Git which I previously was not aware of.
Eugene Lee –
Was using Git Bash before, but really like the interface of SourceTree. Barring any problems, this will be go to from now. thank you!
Juan Carlos –
step by step guidance
Jakub otysz –
Dobre t umaczenie 🙂
Cedric Hering –
Great explanations and a really fun way to learn git. Perfect for my intentions to improve the workflow with version control and Unity!
Ronald Welch –
Another great course from Ben! Lots of good info as usual. Many quizzes to drive home the info.
Brian K. Trotter –
An excellent walk through of the features of Git. I understood the very basic stuff when I got in, but this course helped with one of the areas I struggle most with, branching and merging.
Christy Doran –
Very clear, just the right amount of detail.
Christian Michel –
Easy to follow and very well synthesized
Alexander Donisthorpe –
A pretty quick course but it does cover literally everything you’ll need to get started, there were still a few bits with git i wasn’t entirely sure on (like the difference between pulling and cloning? Tags? Fetching?) But in general a really well rounded course! Cheers!
Omar Hatem –
Version control always seemed arcane to me. And that is quite the statement coming from a senior computer engineering student. I know I should have learned about git earlier and more in depth but I never found a simple and fun resource like Ben’s. The course is short, fun and explains the process and tools patiently. Its far from the biggest or most in depth courses out there, but it has an excellent community that will assist you in future endeavors and inquires. Its to the point, gets you started, and gives you the basics you need to get gitting (hehe).
Neville Micallef –
Your courses are well explained and practical to real life experience. Well Done! Strongly recommended.
Andrew Olson –
Every course by GameDevTV has been a 5 star course for me. So much support is offered by them. This course was no different.
Ray Bakker –
Not sure at this early stage
James Lavery –
A real help for those starting out trying to understand version control. Very good tutorial, quick, concise, and well thought out. The course is presented well and the instructor is calm and focused. I would recommend. Very nice, thank you.
Diego Souza –
The course is very useful. It’s pretty basic, but it’s a great introduction to help you get started with git and github.
Dan Modesto –
Great course to lay down the ground work for using Git for game development, specifically in the Unity game engine. Ben is entertaining, and keeps the content interesting.
John Murphy –
I have taken other Git trainings but they have missed the whole setting up the project and connecting it to GitHub. I am excited to finally learn the main part of Git and the PRIRP!
Adrian Peers –
I’m just starting out in game development (through other GameDev.tv courses). This git one felt like an essential one to do given the learning journey I am and to lessen the fear of being fat handed/deleting stuff by accident. Great course. I’d recommend it to anyone getting into game dev!
Brett Howard –
I liked the presentation and the content.