This is an intermediate course on getting better and smarter with the Git version control system. Over this course we are going to cover the next level of information you need to know to make Git not just a tool, but a power tool.
I am the creator of CraftQuest, a web developer, and former software team manager. I spend most of my time improving CraftQuest with code and courses. When I'm not in front of the computer, I spend my time with my family, and running on the roads and trails of Austin, TX.
Git: The Next Steps is made up of the following videos:
|2||Module 1: The Pieces of Git||Since we're already comfortable with Git, let's dive in and learn more about how it really works.||03:44|
|3||Module 1: Git Data Storage||Let's learn how Git stores data.||04:25|
|4||Module 2: Introduction||Let's keep moving and learn what we'll cover in Module 2!||02:37|
|5||Module 2: Git Log||We'll review the basics of git-log and how we can use it to review the changes that have been made in the repository.||19:01|
|6||Module 2: Git Stash||Learn how to save changes you've made and then apply them again later, using git-stash.||16:36|
|7||Module 2: Git Merge||Git-merge allows you to join together two different histories into one.||19:42|
|8||Module 2: Git Tag||Just like with branches, tags are a way to mark a certain point in time in the life of your repository.||14:51|
|9||Module 3: Introduction||What we'll cover in the final module of the course.||01:37|
|10||Module 3: Git Revert||We covered reverting changes earlier but let's dip another toe in and learn even more.||07:43|
|11||Module 3: Git Reset||Another way that we can undo changes in our repository is by resetting it using git-reset. Let's learn how it can help us solve problems.||13:11|
|12||Module 3: Git Bisect||Git-bisect is an amazing tool for finding problems. It uses a binary search algorithm to quickly find a target in sequence so you know where your bug or issue was introduced.||10:30|
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