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Introduction to Git
In the last several years, distributed version control has revolutionized the way we do development. Among the various DVCS offerings, Git is a popular, flexible and advanced open-source tool that increases team productivity as less time is spent on merge conflicts and branching becomes painless.
This course covers how to practically use Git, while also providing a solid foundation for how Git works under the hood. Abandon your CVS pushbike and board your new Git helicopter!
Developers interested in learning how to use Git as a revision control system.
Basic skills in managing files in either Windows or Linux. Preferably some familiarity with command-line interfaces.
What's version control?
- Why do we want it?
A quick history
- RCS, CVS, SVN
- Centralized vs distributed
- Merging: a solution that turned into a problem
Walkthrough exercise I
- init, add, commit
- status, log, diff
- branch, checkout, (simple) merge
Understanding the DAG
- blobs, trees, commits
- SHA hashes
- Adding remotes to your project
- A pull is a fetch and a merge
- A centralized location?
- Hosted git
Walkthrough exercise II
- remote, clone, push, pull
- resolving conflicts
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