Git & GitHub – The Practical Guide | Udemy


Git & GitHub – The Practical Guide | Udemy
English | Size: 1.78 GB
Genre: eLearning

What you’ll learn
Learn all you need to work with Git, including all about repositories, commits, branches & more
Understand how Git works behind the scenes and understand local & remote as well as local-tracking & remote-tracking branches
Dive into advanced Git features like merging, rebasing, the stash and learn how to manage merge conflicts
Bring Git’s power to the cloud with GitHub
Learn how to collaborate in projects via Git & GitHub in teams & organizations
Learn how to contribute to open-source projects via forks & pull requests
Efficiently manage projects with Git & GitHub

No matter if you’re just getting started with (web) development, if you’re applying for a developer job or if you just need to refresh your knowledge – version control is a core skill you need to succeed as a developer! Git (a version control system) and Github (a cloud provider for Git managed projects) form an outstanding combination to provide the best possible experience to create and maintain a clearly structured project history!

This course will guide everyone (no prior knowledge is required!) through the core steps to use these tools in your daily projects with ease.

What is Version Control?

Saving & accessing data and tracking changes is what version control is all about. No matter if you’re working on a private or a professional development project, code evolves, changes and continuously gets improved. A clean version management structure is therefore key to successfully manage the progress of your projects.

What is Git?

Git is a 100% free version management tool, specifically created for and used by developers all over the world to manage project code history locally on their machines (Windows, macOS, Linux/Unix).

What is GitHub?

GitHub is an online service, it is also free for many use cases (an account is all you need) and brings Git’s local “file-tracking” strengths to the cloud. Storing project code online, updating code, accessing other team members’ code or collaborating on large scale projects inside your organization – all possible with the help of GitHub!

Why Should I Know these Tools?

Version control is key to manage projects efficiently so not knowing Git and GitHub makes your daily developer life a lot more complicated. The same apply if you’re currently looking for a new job in the industry, version control is required in any developer projects these days, so not knowing Git & GitHub puts you behind your competition!

Although Git and GitHub are user friendly, both come with their own logic and “language”. Getting started can therefore be a bit cumbersome and this is where this course comes into play!

What do I Learn in this Course?

This course starts at the very basics, no prior Git or GitHub knowledge is required! You’ll learn how to use Git and how to write Git commands in the Mac Terminal or the Windows Command Prompt (optional refreshers on both are also part of the course).

Starting with the first initialization of a so-called Git repository, we’ll build up your knowledge step-by-step and understand the what & why behind concepts like branches, commits, the staging area, merging & rebasing, cloning, pushing & pulling branches and a lot more!

What’s Inside this Course?

An optional Command Line Crash Course for both Windows & MacOS users

Git Download & Installation

Git Theory – Working Directory, Staging Area (Index) and Repository explained

Creating Git Repositories

Working with Commits

Understanding Branches

Understanding the HEAD and the detached HEAD

Newly Introduced Git Commands with Git Version 2.23

Deleting Data (Staged & Unstaged, Commits & Branches)

Ignoring Files

The Stash

Merging, Rebasing and Cherry Picking

Bringing Back Deleted Data with the Reflog

Connecting Local Git Repositories to Remote GitHub Repositories

Git Push & Pull (+ Fetch)

Local, Remote Tracking & Remote Branches

GitHub Collaborators & Contributors

Forks & Pull Requests

GitHub Issues

Github Projects

and so much more!

All covered, explained and applied in easy to understand examples in the course!

In this course we’ll find answers to questions like:

“How can I delete my last commit?”

“What is the Stash?”

“What is the difference between a merge and a rebase (and what is cherry-picking actually)?”

“How to bring back a deleted commit?”

“What is the difference between a local tracking branch and a remote tracking branch?”

What are you waiting for, jump and board and let’s GIT started 🙂

Who this course is for:
Anybody who wants to learn what version management is & how it can help to organize your code and projects efficiently
(Web) developers who want to learn new skills to increase their efficiency
Anybody who wants to master Git & GitHub for private or professional projects

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