Git Ultimate Essentials: Everything you NEED to know
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Do you want to become an expert in Git?
If so, you’re in the right place! This course will teach you everything you need to know about git if you’re a developer/programmer of any kind.
Why let me teach you?
I work as a Software Engineer at Microsoft where I build products used by millions of people all over the world! I want to take the skills I’ve gained through years of working with some of the best developers in the world and transfer them directly to you!
I’ve taught thousands of students here on Udemy and created some of the most popular development courses on Udemy!
Okay so what’s the course about?
I will teach you about all the git commands I use every day at work:
Pushing changes to remote repositories such as GitGub
Cherry picking changes
Branching and merging
And much more!
Whether you are a complete beginner or an experienced programmer, this course will be massively beneficial to you.
Why should I take the course?
In the programming world, the “big 4” often consists of Google, Microsoft, Facebook and Amazon. To get a job at any of these companies, you absolutely MUST know about git.
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Richard P Welsh –
Reece is one of the best instructors on Udemy. He makes everything he teaches very easy to understand.
Charles Bovalis –
There are two points I want to make about my 5 star rating: 1) For those of you (including myself) who have spent endless amount of time with either too advanced tutorials ( leaving you even more confused) or too basic tutorials ( leaving you with many gaps) this course will actually solidify and connect all those missing dots and git will start making sense at how simple it can be. 2) But for those who start out fresh on their git learning journey, this course will be confusing at times as on a few times the author uses commands / terminology that even though basic at times, nevertheless it assumes the reader knows. For those of you who fall into this category DON’T DESPAIR. As even Reece acknowledges in the videos, learning git can be quite confusing and this is normal even for accomplished engineers such as Reece. I gave this course a 5 star rating because finally, after so many hours and self reading, viewing other courses on git, I finally get it with Reece’s course. Reece’s simple approach on certain git commands that other authors convolute even more unnecessary (not on purpose) had made me reach several times saying to myself: Ahaaa .. now I get it .. and so this course was indeed very valuable. Thank you Reece.
Jeremy K. Williams –
Mostly useful (not sure about the stashing changes section, though).
Levi Santos Rocha –
Great course, you learn a lot of commands and in many examples of everyday situations but there are other git commands and utilities that are cited in many places but not cited in the course. But overall very good course!
Kishore N –
This course is fantastic and has definitely made me better and more confident in using Git.
M J –
Very good practical explanation of git for beginners. Would have loved to see a section on git rebase, and on dealing with conflicts arising from different people modifying the same file in different branches. The course pace is good, it gets to the point and does not waste time.
Thomas Lindner –
Very helpfull course to get started, although i was missing some commands like fetch and clone. Also talking about a developer branch would have been helpful and how to set up local repositories.
Robyn Macy –
The course was highly informative. I learned a lot and I felt that the course was pretty comprehensive and mostly well explained.