Git for Developers

Git for Developers

Bascom Bridge’s Git for Developers training course teaches mobile, desktop and web developers to use Git, the leading software version control system. Git is distributed, free, and appropriate for development projects in almost any language.

 

GIT TRAINING OBJECTIVES

All students will:

  • Understand Git and the fundamentals of version control software
  • Install and configure Git
  • Use Git for version control throughout the application development lifecycle
  • Interface with GitHub
  • Use other Git tools

GIT TRAINING PREREQUISITES

No prior experience with Git is presumed.  Prior experience with other version control systems is helpful but not required.

GIT TRAINING MATERIALS

All attendees receive comprehensive course materials.

SOFTWARE NEEDED FOR EACH PC:

  • Windows, Mac OS X, Linux, or Solaris, ideally on a machine with dual core or faster processor and 4GB RAM or higher
  • Git 2.x or later (earlier versions taught upon request)
  • Internet access for all attendees and the instructor
  • Related software that Accelebrate would provide
  • For classes delivered online, all participants need either dual monitors or a separate device logged into the online session so that they can do their work on one screen and watch the instructor on the other. A separate computer connected to a projector or large screen TV would be another way for students to see the instructor’s screen simultaneously with working on their own.

GIT TRAINING OUTLINE

  • Introduction
  • Overview of Git and Version Control Software Concepts
    • About Version Control
    • Local vs. Centralized vs. Distributed VCSs
    • History of Git
    • Differences between Git and other VCSs
    • Git Terminology & States
  • Configuring Git
    • Installing Git
    • Installing Git from Source
    • Git GUI Options & Integrating with IDEs
    • git help
    • git config
    • Setting User Identity
    • Default Editor
    • Formatting and Whitespace
  • Git Concepts
    • Repositories
    • Git Object Types
    • Index
    • Content-Addressable Names
    • Pathnames vs. Content
    • Pack Files
    • .git Directory
    • Objects, Hashes and Blobs
    • Files and Trees
    • SHA1 Hashes
    • Commits
  • Repositories
    • Initializing a Repository in a Directory
    • Cloning an Existing Repository
    • Checking the Status of Files
    • Tracking New Files
    • Staging Modified Files
    • Ignoring Files
    • Moving & Removing Files
    • Working with Remote Repositories
  • Commits
    • Committing Changes
    • Skipping the Staging Area
    • Viewing Commit History
    • Tagging
    • Rolling Back Changes
    • Absolute vs. Relative Commit Names
    • Commit Graphs & Ranges
    • Finding Commits
  • Branching
    • Branches in Git
    • Creating a Branch
    • Switching Branches
    • HEAD Branches
    • Diffs
    • Merging Branches
    • Merge Conflicts
    • Branch Management
    • Workflows using Branches
    • Remote Branches
    • Rebasing Branches
    • Merging vs. Rebasing
  • Distributed Git
    • Distributed Workflows
    • Centralized Workflow
    • Contributing to a Project
    • Private Small & Managed Teams
    • Forked Public Project
    • Maintaining a Project
    • Topic Branches
    • Applying Patches
    • Checking out Remote Branches
    • Build Numbers
  • Git Tools
    • Revision Selection
    • Interactive Staging
    • Stashing and Cleaning
    • Signing Files
    • Rewriting History
    • Resetting
    • Submodules & Bundling
    • Credential Storage
  • Conclusion

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  • Course No : GIT-100
  •  Theory : 40%
  •  Lab : 60%
  • Duration : 12 hours
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