Sam Davies | Duration: 2h 12m | Video: H264 1920×1080 | Audio: AAC 48 kHz 2ch | 1,64 GB | Language: English + .vtt
Take the solid foundation laid by the Beginning Git course, and build upon it. Focus on fixing real-world problems, as you take a multi-user Git repository and work through the final steps of releasing a software product.
This course builds on the concepts raised on Beginning Git. Taking this course, you should have a basic understanding of Git. You should know how to create new branches, merge your changes, review logs and commit changes.
• How Git works
• Merging conflicts from different branches
• Storing changes between branches
• Creating custom commands in Git
• Rewriting commit history
• Ignoring committed files
• Incorporating specific changes between branches
• Revert changes
• Git user interfaces