Git tutorial: Making your first commit | lynda.com
This Git tutorial shows how to make your first commit—a command telling Git to track a change—by instructing Git to report changes to a folder. Watch more at http://www.lynda.com/Git-tutorials/Git-Essential-Training/100222-2.html?utm_medium=viral&utm_source=youtube&utm_campaign=videoupload-dev-CfyXD28e1rY. This tutorial is a single movie from the third chapter of the Git Essential Training course, presented by lynda.com author Kevin Skoglund. The complete course is over 6 hours long shows how to use Git to edit files, rollback changes, and test new ideas without messing up your software project. Git Essential Training table of contents: Introduction 1. What is Git? 2. Installing Git 3. Getting Started 4. Git Concepts and Architecture 5. Making Changes to Files 6. Using Git with a Real Project 7. Undoing Changes 8. Ignoring Files 9. Navigating the Commit Tree 10. Branching 11. Merging Branches 12. Stashing Changes 13. Remotes 14. Tools and Next Steps Conclusion
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