Git & GitHub Crash Course: Let’s GIT it on Git Hub!

Requirements
A computer with Windows, Linux or Mac OS
Basic Text Editor
Basic Computer Skills
Admin Rights (may be required) for software installation
Prior knowledge of Git & GitHub is NOT required

Description
This course is a CRASH COURSE that will help you to get started with Git and GitHub.

Whether you’re a student, a web developer, or even some experienced software engineer – you may find this course useful and learn some new developer essentials.

Here are some of the things we’re going to cover up in this course:

Chapter 1 – Introduction

1. Common Problems Programmer Face (2 main scenarios – no version control, no collaboration) – 10 minutes.

2. What is a VCS? – 4 minutes.

Chapter 2 – Git Essentials

1. Download & Install (covering “git version”, “git help”, “git help “) – 8 minutes.

2. Configuring basic git information (name+email) – 3 minutes.

3. Creating First Git Project (creating a project directory, “git init”, “git status”, talk about “.git” directory – 6 minutes.

4. Basic Workflow of Git (creating new “hello_world” file, “tracked vs untracked”, “3 stages”, “git add”, “git commit”, “git log”) – 13 minutes.

5. Basic Workflow of Git – Additional Practice (working with additional files in the project, modifying files, “git add .” – 10 minutes.

6. Reviewing Changes (diff “working directory” VS “last commit”, “git diff”) – 6 minutes.

7. Removing a file from git repository (“git ls-files”, “git rm “, “git rm …, “git rm -r “) – 10 minutes.

Chapter 3 – First Steps with GitHub

1. Why we need Remote Version Control System? – 3 minutes.

2. Collaboration Importance – 4 minutes.

3. What is GitHub? Choosing RVCS! – 6 minutes.

Chapter 4 – Getting Started with GitHub

1. Creating a GitHub Account – 2 minutes.

2. Configuring Remote GitHub Repository with Git – 3 minutes.

Chapter 5 – Working with GitHub

1. Push Local Repository to GitHub.

2. Creating a New Repository on GitHub.

3. Clone, fork, and Pull.

4. Raw, Blame, and History.

5. Watch and Star.

6. GitHub Issues & Labels.

7. “.gitignore”.

8. Branch & Merge.

9. Conflict Resolution.

Who this course is for:
Students at the Academy
Graduated Computer Science, Computer Engineering, Electronic Engineering, etc
Programmers & Developers who want to improve their skills
Python Developers
JavaScript Developers
Web Developers
C/C++/C# Developers
Anyone who wants to know the essentials of Version Control!

 

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