All you need to know about Git, GitHub & GitLab. Data Scientist’s starter pack — Part 2. Hosting your repository on GitHub/GitLab. Create an account in GitHub/GitLab. Make all the necessary changes assigned to their commits. Push the changes to GitHub/GitLab.
In the previous article, I have talked about some of the most important tools you will need to use when working on Data Science projects including
Git widgets in VS Code. In this article, we will demystify the tool
Git which allow the
versioning of your code along with the handling of
The summary is as follows:
Git is a coding tool used mainly for three reasons:
In this article, I will explain to you a few differences between git merge, git rebase, and the git interactive rebase.I will tell a bit about what pros...
This is one of the million articles you will read about a git flow. Still, I wouldn’t be a software engineer unless I told the world why the git flow I use is better than all the others, and why everyone should use it.
In this article we’ll be discussing git merge and git rebasecommands and when we should use them. git rebasedoes the same job as a git mergethat is merging the changes from one branch to another branch. The difference is that they do it very differently.
In today's video, we are doing to learn about what is GIT & Github and why should we use them. Git is a distributed version control system for tracking changes in source code during software development.
Naz talks about the differences and similarities between Git and Github. A very common question amongst the programming community. Let's settle this once and for all.