Learn Version Control with Git

Learn Version Control with Git

In this course, you will learn the fundamentals of version control with Git. This course is designed to be for beginners, this means that there are no prerequisites to getting started with this course.

Version Control is a mechanism that tracks changes to a file, or collection of files, over time so that you can restore specific versions later. This is very useful as projects evolve and as teams evolve. It allows you to modify your file with the ability to recover previous versions of the file in case something were to go wrong.

The course curriculum includes:

  • Installing Git: This section will show you a step-by-step approach on how to install git on your system

  • File System Management with bash: This section will teach you how to manage your file system using bash. If you're on Mac, then the terminal should support this. If you're on windows, then the bash terminal will be installed with your git installation.

  • Introduction to Version Control Systems: This section provides you a general comprehensive overview to help you understand how git works.

  • Getting Started with Git: In this section, we will show you basic commands in git to create your very first commit snapshot.

  • Git branches, tagging, and merging: In this more advanced section, you will learn about how to create branches to work on different project features and how to merge branches together. You will also learn about tagging certain commits to highlight important milestones.

  • Reversing changes: This section will teach you all about going back in time or reversing commits.

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