Welcome to my fast-paced, focused git course.
If you answered yes to any of these questions, then this git course is perfect for you!
In this course, we will go through everything you need to know to use git and GitHub to manage your projects.
We will create a test project and go over everything from installing git, git branches to uploading to GitHub.
This course is incredibly fast paced (hence the smaller length). You will get up and running with git in minutes. Why waste your time listening to long lectures about things you will never use when you could instead take a shorter, more focused git course, and learn what you need to learn a lot quicker? This git course is unlike any other, you will learn what git commands you need to quickly.
You will also learn how to integrate git with Github so that you can share your git projects with millions.
Git used to intimidate me. I did not want to memorize tons of git commands and I was scared I would mess up my projects. Luckily, I got over those challenges and created the perfect git course, that takes the fast learning approach that has made my other courses successful. If you feel like you are in the situation I was in, this course is for you.
In conclusion, if you want a focused, fast-paced course that will get you up and running with git and GitHub in minutes, then Learn Git: Everything You Need To Know is the course you've been looking for.
* If this course does not meet up to your expectations in any way, you can always claim your 30-day refund *
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Hello everyone and welcome to my git course. If you want to learn how to manage your projects using git quickly and effectively, you’ve come to the right place. In this course, we will learn all of the essential git features and manage our own projects.
Afterwards, we will work with github, the world's leading software development platform and learn how to host and update our projects on there, as well as contribute to other repositories. This course is super focused, and will get you up and running with git in minutes.
If you want to learn git now, this course is for you.
Hi, I’m Adam Eubanks, a veteran instructor with over 10,000 students.
When I first looked at git, I felt intimidated by the terminal and the memorization of commands. Luckily, I was able to overcome these challenges and I created this course to help others who felt as I did. If you are not fully satisfied with this course, udemy and I offer you a 30 day money back guarantee, so you have nothing to risk, but everything to gain from taking this course. Thank you so much for watching and I hope to see you soon!
Git is a wildly popular version control framework used by millions.
You need version control in order to manage big programming projects and git is one of the most popular and easiest to use version control softwares out there. By learning git, you can git started working on projects a lot easier! Git is the way to go!
In this git tutorial, we will learn how to use git to create a git repository in our directory we want to work with git in. We will go over the git status and git init commands in git.
Once we have git in our desired git repository, we must now use git to officially commit our changes to the git repository. git commit is one of the most common git commands.
When working with git, it is important that your git repository is safe. Git Branch is one feature that helps you experiment without losing any code from your git repository. Git branch is an important command and will help to keep your git repository safe.
Learn how to take git branches and use git merge to combine them into the git master branch. Then, learn how to correctly delete desired git branches.
If you mess up on a commit in git, use git revert to restore the repository to the previous git commit. Git revert is the safest way to restore previous git commits.
In order to keep your git repository safe, you must use a gitignore file. This hides files from the git repository. GIt cache is also important to keeping your repository safe. This is an essential git command if you are going to be using github to host your git repository.
Kevin, a wonderful student of this git course, has created a cheat sheet of git commands for this section "git learning". Thanks Kevin!
Github is a wildly popular software development framework with millions of users and it happens to use git, but why should you use it for git? Why should our git repositories be hosted on github?
Once you have finished your git repository, you should upload your git project to github so that many people can view and fork your code. But how do you upload your git project to github?
Readme files are an integral part of using github so others can download your git repository. Without them, people will have a hard time understanding your git project, but how do you use them with your git project on github?
Learn how to download other people's git repositories on github so that you can use your git skills to become an open source contributor to the world's biggest git projects on github.
We will go over everything that we have done with git in the course. You have learned a lot about git in the past few videos and about github. You learned git branches, git commits, git reverts and other git commands as well as how to upload to github, clone and edit git repositories on github and upload to github using git.
Test your git knowledge in this quick quiz before finishing the course.