The fastest way to stop stumbling around in Git and start understanding what you're doing is to understand how Git works. Git Under the Hood LiveLessons provides developers with a deeper understanding of Git so that they can use it more effectively.
Git was invented by Linus Torvalds in 2005 and is now the most popular distributed version control system in existence. GitHub hosts more than 4 million repositories accessed by over 1.5 million users. Git is being used by large and diverse enterprises, including a major stock exchange, medical providers, and game developers.
All work is on the command line, so familiarity with bash is assumed, but no other programming languages are required. Each lesson calls out pause points for students to answer specific questions, practice what's been explained, and explore related points.
About the Instructor
Jeffrey Haemer is a Linux/Unix professional with more than twenty years of experience. He is currently a Senior Engineer at Aircell, and previously served as President of Canary Software. Mr. Haemer graduated from the University of Washington with a Ph.D. in Genetics, and currently resides in Boulder, Colorado. Visit his blog at seejeffrun.blogspot.com.
What You Will Learn
Explain the varied pieces of git's repository
Know how basic git commands and how to use those pieces
Compare and contrast the design and performance of git with its VCS progenitors
See design parallels between git and Linux
Understand how to experiment when git does something unexpected
Extend git with new commands
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