Emmanuel Okiche | Duration: 2h 03m | Video: H264 1920×1080 | Audio: AAC 48 kHz 2ch | 2,47 GB | Language: English + .vtt
In this introduction to using Git for source control you’ll learn everything from cloning and creating repos, through committing and ignoring files, to managing remotes and pull requests.
Anyone looking to learn how to work with Git. While the course is designed for software engineers, the course is accessible to any person looking to incorporate source control into their workflow.
• What is source control
• How Git works compared to other similar systems
• Cloning repos
• Creating a remote repo
• Committing changes
• Staging changes
• Ignoring files both locally and globally
• Viewing detailed histories
• Creating and deleting branches
• Pushing changes to remote services
• Merging changes
• Creating pull requests