Course Description

Git is a powerful and essential tool for software developers, allowing them to manage their codebase with ease and efficiency. The "Git How To" course is designed to provide a comprehensive understanding of Git and its functionality. The course covers everything from the basics of creating a repository to the more advanced concepts of branching, merging, and conflict resolution. The course starts with an introduction to Git and its advantages over other version control systems. You will learn how to create a new repository and configure Git to work with your project. You will also learn how to use Git commands to track changes in your codebase, commit changes, and undo changes if necessary. As you progress through the course, you will learn how to work with Git branches, which are an essential feature of the Git workflow. You will learn how to create a new branch, switch between branches, and merge branches together. You will also learn how to resolve conflicts that arise when merging branches. The course also covers Git collaboration features, such as pushing and pulling changes to and from a remote repository. You will learn how to collaborate with other developers and contribute to open-source projects. You will also learn how to use it to manage projects that involve multiple developers and multiple repositories. Throughout the course, you will work with real-world examples and scenarios, which will help you understand how it works in practice. The course includes hands-on exercises and quizzes, which will test your knowledge and reinforce your learning. By the end of the course, you will have a solid understanding and how to use it to manage your codebase. You will be able to confidently create and manage repositories, track changes, work with branches, and collaborate with other developers. Whether you are a beginner or an experienced developer, this course will provide you with the skills you need to become an expert. Author: Alexander Shvets