Version Control with Git
The Version Control with Git course provides you with a solid, hands–on foundation for understanding the Git version control system. Git is open source software originally created by Linus Torvalds. Git manages team files for large and small projects. This allows the team to continuously improve its product. It is used by most major technology companies, and is assumed knowledge for many modern programming and IT jobs. It is a core component of DevOps, continuous delivery pipelines and cloud–native computing. You could also use Git to manage the many continuously improving revisions of that book that you are writing. In this course, you will not learn everything there is to know about Git, but you will build a strong conceptual understanding of the technology, and afterward will be able to confidently dig deeper on any topic that interests you. This course assumes no previous knowledge of Git, but if you do have experience with it, you may find this course to be both useful and challenging. This is especially true if you currently “know just enough Git to be dangerous”. There are two paths in this course. Both rely heavily on hands–on labs. One path assumes that you have experience using a …
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57 reviews for Version Control with Git
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Christopher S –
Excellent course with thorough lectures, easy to understand assignments, and assessments that add to the learning experience.
Kyle S –
R e a l l y h e l p f u l s t u f f t h e y g o t h e r e
Juan M R –
You will know what GIT is about, and be ready for complex questions, the grades will make you think!
Beytullah U –
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Srilaya B –
Great Explanation of Concepts
Sowmya V –
Verify informative on Git. clear explanation. course content is good. But regarding difference between master and develop repository could have added more information practically, so the new Git user can make out. i learnt lot from the course. The links provided and Readme contents are clear and useful.
Tristan S –
Pre reqs were not known for this class had to do much learning of unix commands, would have been helpful to know that. The course also needs more flow from start to finish it felt like parts were not cumulatively building the learning. I felt like Chapter 3 should be Chapter 1 for example these are the commands most are using. Overall it was OK.
Julian V –
Very well made course. It is very professional and easy to follow. It contains the most important basics of git. It also gives a nice example and assignment of a Gitflow workflow.
Ken H –
Deepthi C –
The course was good and helped me learning how to create repositories, commiting the code and merging and resolving the conflicts.
Rogelio V –
Very well hands on project to get started using git and sourcetree. I did the SourceTree path I am planning to come back later to do the command line path.
Braxton T –
Learned lots of great material and the course lessons really helped expand my knowledge of git on an introductory to intermediate level.
Andres G L G –
Oks thats great
Jeet A –
It’s a very good and easy study to learn Git workflows.. Must Recommended.
Bazaliy V –
Very nice way to quickly and interactively learn/upgrade your GIT skills!
Rok B –
This is a great course, i.e. very pedagogical, a nice structure, a lot of practise material and gives a very solid base for working with git. I highly recomend to anyone wanting to pickup git/github
Srikanth P –
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Prakash L –
This course is very useful for learning basic learning of GIT
Juan E W –
The explanation is very clear, simple and easy to understand. very recommended for those who is beginner with git workflow
Dmytro I –
Hands on could a bit more elaborate with more user interaction, but overall the course is a great start to git.
last one year back i have idea upto 30% after this course i got max knowledge on git
Anmol A S –
good course to get along with the basics
Marcel V N –
great course, really great!
Jose D V G –
This is a pretty good course to start with Git. I would like to thank my company for providing me with this course.
Roge C –
A great choice for those who wants to learn version control
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Jeevansh K –
The course seriously felt too monotonous. The facts and study material was fabulous, but the way it was distributed was too monotonous to just inculcate or participate with.
Alberto J V C M –
Has all relevant subjects on git , provides a great knowledge of git.
Sunil K G –
Well Framed Course for exploring the basics of Distributed Version Control with Git.
Prince K –
They give a note for practical practices, where you have to read all the instructions and then you have to perform all those practical practices.It was really a great experience for me to take this course I am very glad that I choose this course the only thing where it was lagging is a lack of practical sessions. overall it was a good course.
Jian S –
it would be better if the course provides the real cases and codes for users to practce in order to see how git works and what results these commands produce
Roberto G –
Great course on Git. It includes everything you need to start working with git effectively. I found particularly useful the lessons about Git workflows.
Xiang C –
The lesson is nice overall. It’s helpful for learners to master how to do Version Control using Bitsource and Bitbucket. Cons: Some video lessons are tedious.
Deon D –
Nice and intuitive learning experience. Detailed explanation given with hands on instruction.
Juraj B –
Good and clear introduction into GIT
Abhishek S –
This is a brilliant course for beginners as well as for people who are using GIT but want to clearly understand that how it is working under the hood. The instructor is super awesome. The content , pace at which things are explained, explanations are all very clear and accurate. Indeed, A GREAT COURSE!
Very helpful, thanks!
Malaya K S –
thank u so much for your help
Yujian Z –
Very helpful. Good explanation about the concepts, good hands on exercises. Organized classes. Thanks a lot!
Viacheslav A –
Very nice course, though I’d added some info on reverting repository to a certain commit, and resolving problems with rewriting of shared history, and may be some info on configuring access to a repository. Otherwise, it’s a good comprehensive crash course
Tobias S –
I’m very satisfied with the course though I couldn’t give it five stars because of the following. First, the instructions for how to sync a forked repository on Bitbucket.org were out of date. I had to do some googling to find the right instructions. Second, I found the video for the different Git workflows to shallow in depth. I would have liked some use case examples and more exhaustive information regarding the workflows. Having that said, I found the course educational and I feel the goals of the course are accurate. You do learn a solid foundation on which you can continue to improve your Git knowledge.
Frank Y –
This course is one of the best MOOC courses I have ever taken. It is very well structured. Kudos to the instructor and course curriculum designers.
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Emrullah C –
Before taking that course, git seemed very complicated.
Need more information
very good course to know about git from basics
Vijay A –
Kavita B –
Very nicely described everything
Md A U H –
Nice video, explain all concept related to Git. The thing I like most about are question are ask in between video which force you to stay focus on all video content. Great experience love to learn this way.
HAFIZ M M K –
The course is good and I appreciate the efforts of the instructor but in my opinion, it is better to show some examples of the concepts in a video rather than in a crop picture.
Mrudul B –
It was a very good and detailed course on git and github, where i learned many git commands and how to use github and how to collaborate with other developers using git and github
Rene S –
Course is nice, but missing some advanced git features
Lyle S –
I got a lot out of this course. The material was well organized and presented well. I knew very little about git, and now I’m interacting well with the others in my company on this topic. Suggestions for the future: I would force people to use both the command line and the desktop git client. Both are worth knowing; the command line is more arcane and drives a lot of people to the desktop clients (like me). However, it is worth knowing. And, its a big jump from the weekly homework to the final exam. I would provide more information to the GitHub workflow. But, very good. I’ve recommended the class to others at my company.