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Introduction to Git For Beginners Course

Learn more about using Git for source file storage and version control. Course features Git access with GUI and CLI
Instructor:
Laurence Svekis
8,061 students enrolled
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Use several GUIs for Git
Store web projects on Github and Bitbucket
Use Git to store source files
Know how to access Git Repos using Command Lines

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Git is a version control system used for web development.  Did you know that git can be a useful tool for teams of all sizes from 1 – many?

Step by Step guide to introduce new users to git!  Learn how you can create repos, add files to repos, easily create new branches or versions of you code, pull and push source files to online git storage and a whole lot more.

Are you curious what Git can do…..  I promise you if you are not using it you should be!  

If you are working on web development projects Git can help you!

  • Git allows web developers to store content to online repositories like GitHub or Bitbucket.  
  • Git can be used locally as well to create branches, compare versions and more.
  • Git is easy to use allowing you to work smarter

This course is perfect for anyone who wants to learn more about Git.  Its designed as a light introduction to how git works so that you can easily bring it into your web projects.  Once you start using Git you will wonder how you lived without it.

The course is designed to cover 2 ways to use Git.  

1. Using git through a Git client application like SourceTree and other popular clients.  Git clients give you access to all the Git has to offer with usable graphic interfaces.  This part of the course is designed around users who want to know about git but don’t want to use command lines to access it.

2. Git is easy to access via a terminal and command lines.  Add files, create branches, pull and push content to your online repos all made easy with simple git commands. Take charge of your web project and use git commands.   Command line section of this course is great for anyone who wants to get introduced to using Commands.

Git is powerful no matter how you bring it into your projects, and by the end of the course you can decide which way you want to access Git.  Learn the basics of Git and work smarter.   

I’m here to help you learn about web development and ready to answer any questions you may have.  Enroll now and Learn Git today!

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Welcome To Our Course! Learn All of The Course Benefit & How To Being Using GIT
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Introduction to Git
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Git What is it introduction
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How to Install Git
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Git overview resources
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Resources for git

Working with Git

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Getting started with Bitbucket
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Setting up SourceTree GUI
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Resources for Git GUI and Branching Model

Git Command Line

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Terminal Git setup
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Push new file add origin remote path Bitbucket
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Setup Global Config options
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Git add new repo Github
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Git branches
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Git merge push update
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Merging branches on Github
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Git resources overview
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Resources

Course Summary and Conclusion - What Have We Learned In Our GIT Course?

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Course Summary and Conclusion - What Have We Learned In Our Complete GIT Course?
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