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Git & GitHub Course [2022]

Master them between 4 hours!
Free tutorial
Rating: 4.3 out of 5 (40 ratings)
4,502 students
1hr 58min of on-demand video
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How git and GitHub work
Understanding git from basic to advance.
Learning and understanding the working directory and staged area
Why branches exist, the idea about using them efficiently.

Requirements

  • All you need to know how to use computer.

Description

(WARNING ABOUT COURSE DESCRIPTION).  A course description on Udemy must contain at least 200 words. It's difficult to write, especially for a free course ( which cannot exceed 2H total video ). Due to some people not finding it professional, I had to explain this. I could explain what you can expect from the course in a few sentences, but as I mentioned it's not available. Feel free to skip reading the course description if you wish.


What we will cover?

How does "add" work?

How does "commit" work?

How does "log" work?

How does "diff" work?

How does "diff --staged" work?

How does "restore" works?

How does "restore --staged" work?

How does "checkout" work?

How does "switch" work?

How does "branch" work?

How does "restore" work?

How does "restore --staged" work?

How does "reset" work?

How does "reset --soft" work?

How does "reset --hard" work?

How does "clean" work?

How does "merge" work?

How does "merge --no-ff" work?

How does "merge --squash" work?

How does "stash" work?

How does "cherry-pick" work?

How does "reflog" work?

How does "rebase" work?

How does "tag" work?

How do "clone" and "fork" work?

How does "fetch" work?

How does "pull" work?

How does "push" work?

How does "upstream" work?


How does git work?

What is the Working Directory?

What is the Staged Area?

Difference between the working directory and staged area?

What is the difference between git and GitHub?

How can you host your work on GitHub?

How collaborating system works?


Who should take this course?

Anyone who is eager to learn git & GitHub?

Anyone who wants to increase his skills

Anyone; no matter which field you are working in.

Anyone who wants to keep things organized.

Who this course is for:

  • Anyone who eager to learn git & github
  • Anyone who wants to increase his skills
  • Anyone; no matter which field you are working in.
  • Anyone who wants to keep things organized.

Instructor

Developer & @shareCodeCamp
Enes Karakaş
  • 4.1 Instructor Rating
  • 86 Reviews
  • 9,816 Students
  • 4 Courses

I'm a Mechanical Engineer who switched to Software Engineering. I started to coding constantly in 2019.

My actual journey began in 2011-2012 when I saw a C++ book at my university library. During that time, I learned VBA, VB, basics of C++. Since that time I always had a goal to become a Software Engineer.

I started my journey after quitting my job to master this field. Here I am, striving to accomplish my goals as well as help others!


I teach tech in detail. Take a coffee & tea, smile and enjoy!



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