Git

Git is a version-control system for tracking changes in computer files and coordinating work on those files among multiple people.

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Foundations of Web Development Series, Part I: Git Basics

This guide was developed for web developers at Levare, a volunteer initiative meant to amplify the Black community by helping Black-owned businesses create an online presence. Hi! 👋The purpose of this guide is to lay out the foundations for what you need and where to start; as far as the actual coding, I provide a few resources, but the rest is up to you.

Git Commands Tutorial for Beginners

Git is the most popular version control system out there and for good reason. In this video, we'll go over the basics of what git is and how to use it within the command-line. We will look at and work with all of the basic and most important commands such as add, commit, push and more. This tutorial is very beginner friendly.

Git from ZERO to HERO — Leveling Up

This is the second part of Git from ZERO to HERO. If you haven’t checked out the first part yet, please go and give it a read. In my previous post, we covered some basic commands. In this post, we will learn some more along with some amazing concepts.

3 Steps to Improve Your GitHub Overview Page

Add dynamically generating GitHub stats In this article, you will learn how to improve your GitHub overview page by adding your own content and dynamically generated GitHub stats. Let’s get started. Create a new repository. The repository name needs to be the same as your GitHub account name.

4 Tips For Using GitHub More Efficiently

a programmer who likes GitHub very much, I found these 4 tips in my daily use that can improve my efficiency when using GitHub. This post introduces and demonstrates these 4 tips, I hope they can also help you use GitHub more efficiently.

Git Installation and Basic Definitions.

This post isn’t going to explain theoretical concepts behind Git — a version-control system usually managed from the command line, though sometimes managed from a GUI (if we’re Windows programmers, which is me, sometimes). Neither is this a post with in-depth insights or sophisticated actions that can be done in Git and nor is it a post that explains Git and GitHub to non-programmers.

Git — Most frequently used commands

Git: Version control system to track changes in your projects. It is also used to push and pull changes from remote repositories like GitHub, GitLab, BitBucket, etc.

Git from ZERO to HERO — The Basics

A beginner’s guide for newbies getting started with Git.Git has now become an integral part of the development process and it’s really important for every developer to know about git. So without further ado, let’s GIT this party started.Git began with a bit of creative destruction and fiery controversy. During the early days, the changes in the Linux Kernel software were passed around as patches and archived files

A Resource for all Things Git. Git and its basic definitions,

Git for the interested, the seasoned, and beginners too. Following my post on Git and its basic definitions, I decided to bundle up some more articles about Git, this time with more advanced topics. While there is no shortage in posts about Git, I have collected those that are particularly interesting or entertaining to me. I'll keep updating the article as I find more interesting posts worth sharing

10 Steps to Contribute to Open Source Projects

A short guide to creating clean, well-managed, GitHub contributions.You’ve finally decided to make your first GitHub contribution and want to quickly start making changes. Whether it’s an Open Source Software (OSS) on public GitHub or your organization’s internal project on GitHub Enterprise, there’s a well-defined process for contributing that makes your life easier and keeps your codebase clean.

Git. A Simple Introduction and the stupid content tracker

git — the stupid content tracker. Git has a lot to offer, sometimes is overwhelming, for that reason it’s good to have a practical approach and explanations along the way to grasp the essentials of this magnificent tool. This is the first part of a series of articles to introduce you to Git and then to level up your working development workflow using git.

Effectively Handling Multiple Git Accounts on a Single Machine

If you also need to juggle between work accounts and your own personal Git you might get yourself dealing with customizing Git configuration for each individual repository. In this article, I am going to share a directory structure suggestion that combined with conditional include will help you achieve a more efficient way that works on any Unix-like (Mac, Linux etc.) machine.

WTF is Git?! - Git for Android Developers - Part 1

In this video I'll explain what Git is and why every developer out there should use it. I'll show you how to use it from the command-line and from within

Факультет Frontend-разработки

Получите современную профессию и год опыта, а ещё добавьте несколько проектов в резюме. Для обучения достаточно школьных знаний.

The DevOps Toolchain

The DevOps Toolchain: We’ll be looking at the core technology categories and specific technologies that help you realize your DevOps objectives.

How to use Git / GitHub with Jupyter Notebook

Git-101 for Jupyter notebook users!This is a Git-101 for Jupyter users that are not familiar with Git / GitHub. It’s a hands on tutorial & is meant to be comprehensive. Feel free to skip a section if you are already familiar with the steps. At the end you’ll be able to, Push your notebooks to a GitHub repository Start versioning your notebooks + learn how to revert to a specific notebook version

Learn terminal GIT commands in 3 minutes.

Learn basic git terminal commands and GitHub. In this post we’ll learn about Git — What is git and its terminal command in 3 minutes. So let’s start with What is Git.

Syncing Git Repos in Real-Time

How to sync a pair of repos in real time so as to maintain code integrity. Here at Gitstart, while working with clients on platforms like Github or Gitlab.

Getting started with Git Hooks using ghooks

Git hooks are configured scripts that are executed at specific moments during git operations. ghooks is a package that configures git hooks so that specific commands can be run at those moments.

Getting Started With Version Control

Updating a GitHub Repository via the Terminal.Version Control is an absolutely critical component to developing that every coder should be familiar with. Version Control is a logging system which records the history of your code so that the entire progression can be available at a later time. Version control allows for developers to write, change, delete, and edit new and existing code while keeping a detailed record of all the different “versions” of our file(s).