Course Description

The Bento Git Learning Track is a comprehensive course that teaches the fundamentals of Git, a widely used version control system. The course is designed for software developers who are new to Git or who want to deepen their understanding of this powerful tool. It consists of a series of lessons, each of which covers a specific topic related to Git. The first lesson provides an introduction to Git and its core concepts, including repositories, branches, commits, and merges. The second lesson covers the basic Git workflow, including how to create a new repository, add files to it, and commit changes. The third lesson delves into more advanced Git features, such as branching and merging, conflict resolution, and rebasing. The fourth lesson covers Git hosting services, including GitHub, Bitbucket, and GitLab, and how to use them to collaborate with other developers. The fifth lesson explores Git hooks, which are scripts that are executed automatically by Git when certain events occur, such as a commit or a merge. The sixth lesson covers Git workflows, including the Gitflow workflow and the GitHub flow, and how to choose the right workflow for your project. The final lesson provides tips and best practices for using Git effectively, including how to write good commit messages, how to handle large repositories, and how to recover from mistakes. Throughout the course, students will have the opportunity to practice what they have learned by working on a sample project that simulates a real-world development scenario. The Bento Git Learning Track is designed to be flexible and adaptable to the needs of individual learners. Students can work at their own pace and can choose to focus on specific topics that are most relevant to their work. The course is also available online, so students can access it from anywhere at any time. By the end of the course, students will have a solid understanding of Git and how to use it effectively in their own software development projects. The Bento Git Learning Track is an invaluable resource for anyone who wants to become a proficient Git user. Author: (Bento)