GitHub: Git 2.25.1 Beginner

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Discover GitHub, a web-based  version control repository for developers.

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Git & GitHub: Introduction

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    Course Overview
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    An Introduction to Version Control
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Using Git for DevOps: Using Git Effectively

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    Course Overview
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    Role of Git in DevOps
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Introduction to Git

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    Introduction to Version Control
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    Introduction to Git
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Git & GitHub: Introduction
This 6-video course is the first in a 3-course series that explores the concepts of version control systems in general and the popular control system Git, an open-source version-distributed system which tracks changes in source code during software development. The course covers the web-based platform GitHub, which simplifies team collaboration when sharing source code. Participants will examine the features of control systems and learn to use Git repositories to track the desired project source code. Since Git is designed to coordinate work among programmers, this course explores branching and merging the code developed by a team. You will learn how teams can develop code collaboratively when building features for an app, by using branches in Git. This course demonstrates the feature branches used to merge code into the main master branch of a Git repository. Learn to identify merge conflicts. Finally, you will explore GitHub which supports all popular programming languages by demonstrating the features GitHub uses to manage Git repositories, and how GitHub assists in streamlining the iteration process.
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Git & GitHub: Working with Git Repositories
This 14-video lab course is the second in a 3-course series on learning how to use Git and GitHub. In this hands-on course on Git, participants will solidify their use of many fundamentals in Git's version control tool. This course demonstrates how the Git ecosystem simplifies setting up source code repositories, and how GitHub makes it easy to use GitHub to collaborate with other developers who use Git. Learn to use the command line to create and manipulate local repositories, while expanding your knowledge of the fundamentals of this version control tool. As you progess, create and initialize your own local Git repository on your workstation and add new files to your project; modify existing sources; and delete content from your local Git repositories. The course will show you how to set up a secure shell (SSH) key to push your code to a remote GitHub repository. Finally, participants will learn to use GitHub's online tools to assist in keeping track of thei