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Learn Version Control with Git

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Code District / Cowork Southbay

22519 Hawthorne Blvd

Torrance, CA 90505

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In this one day, hands-on training course you will learn the fundamentals and advanced uses of Git!


GIT
is a powerful, distributed version control system. Distributed version control has many advantages over the traditional, central server, based approach to version control and GIT is one of the most popular implementations.
Its platform lets you build solutions, open issues and pull requests. From open source to business, you can host and review code, manage projects, and build software alongside millions of other developers.

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Course Description

In this one day course, you will learn all of the fundamental and the advance operations developers use on a daily basis. The course begins with an introduction to Git and then transitions into the nuts-and-bolts of working with Git, including everything you need to know about setting up a repository to advanced topics like branching and merging.

The objective of this course is to enable students to master the most common version control tasks with GIT and to get a conceptual understanding of how this distributed version control works.

Why Should You Attend This Training?

You will establish an efficient programming workflow that allows you to:

  • Keep track of multiple versions of a file

  • Track bugs by reverting to previous working versions of a file

  • Seamlessly collaborate with other developers on a project

The use of tools like Git and GitHub is essential for collaborating with other developers in most professional environments.


Course Outline

  • Installing & Configuring Git

    • The Levels of Git

  • Executing Commands in Git

    • Configuring Git

    • Initializing a Repository

  • Beginning Git

    • Getting Help

    • Work/Stage/Commit

    • Git Status

    • Git Add

    • Git Commit

  • Using Git

    • Git Blame

    • Git Ignore

    • History

    • Tags

    • Undoing Changes

  • Working Locally

    • Logs

    • Branching

  • Remotes

    • Hosted Repositories

    • Clone

    • Fork

    • Remote Branches

  • Ways to Start

    • Local Init

    • Remote Init/Clone

    • Remote Fork/Clone

  • Merging

    • The Basics of Merging

    • Conflicts

    • Merge Tools

  • Git Hooks

    • Descriptions

    • Installing & Updating Hooks

    • Updating Hooks

  • Bonus - Trees and Modules

    • (if time permits)

    • Trees

    • Submodules

    • Subtrees


Target Audience

  • Anyone interested in using source control and specifically Git

  • Software engineers, developers and programmers

  • IT Managers or technical leads considering Git for version control on their team

  • Freelancers or other creative professionals


Prerequisites and Requirements

While this course does not involve programming, students should have some experience with a programming or markup language. Additionally, students should be familiar with navigating the command line.



Instructor, Troy Miles

Troy Miles, aka the rockncoder, began writing computer games in assembly language for early computers like the Apple II, Commodore C64, and the IBM PC almost 40 years ago. Nowadays he writes web & mobile apps for a Southern California based automotive valuation and information company. Troy is fluent in JavaScript, C#, C++, Kotlin, and Clojure.

Troy loves writing about software development. His first magazine article was published in Dr. Dobb's magazine over twenty years ago. He is the author of jQuery Essentials. Troy is a video author for Lynda.com/LinkedIn Learning and has also created videos for Learn Now Online, and Packt Publishing.

Nights and weekends he can usually be found writing cool apps for mobile and web or teaching others how to do so. Troy has spoken at O'Reilly's Velocity, MobileWeb Dev Con, Mobile Dev+Test, NG-Vegas, and Angular Summit. He is a regular speaker at So Cal and Silicon Valley Code Camps and to local developer groups all over southern California and Las Vegas. A few of his talks can be found on his YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/user/rockncoder.



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