Git Training

About

Git is a mature, actively maintained open source project originally developed in 2005 by Linus Torvalds, the famous creator of the Linux operating system kernel. Through this course, Learn to save and manage different versions of your code projects with this essential tool. We cover how to use Git, the popular open-source version control software, to manage changes to source code.

Number of Days

2 Days. Minimum requirement for classroom training is 2 days along with good amunt of lab session for participants.

Objectives

  • What is Git?
  • Installing Git
  • Getting Started
  • Git Concepts and Architecture
  • Making Changes to Files
  • Undoing Changes
  • Ignoring Files
  • Navigating the Commit Tree
  • Branching
  • Merging Branches
  • Stashing Changes
  • Working with Remotes Repository
  • Tagging
  • Workflow Strategies
  • SourceTree
  • Git Troublshooting

Pre-requisites

Why Take This Course?

Git is used by many tech companies, and a public GitHub profile serves as a great portfolio for any developer. But more than that, you’ll establish an efficient programming workflow that allows you to:

Keep track of multiple versions of a file
Track bugs by reverting to previous working versions of a file
Seamlessly collaborate with other developers on a project
The use of tools like Git and GitHub is essential for collaborating with other developers in most professional environments.

Prerequisites and Requirements

While this course does not involve programming, students should have some experience with a programming or markup language. Additionally, students should be familiar with navigating the command line. If unfamiliar or if you want a refresher, check out these instructions or this introductory course.

Features

  • ✔ 30 Hours instructor led online class
  • ✔ Hands on Approach - We emphasize on learning by doing.
  • ✔ Life time free re-enrollment to future DevOps courses
  • ✔ Life time free access to all learning materials including
  • ✔ Class recordings
  • ✔ Presentations
  • ✔ Sample Code
  • ✔ Projects
  • ✔ Total Lab Infrasture in cloud and 24x7 available
  • ✔ 70% of the class is consist of Lab
  • ✔ Each week assignments(total 4) with personal assistance
  • ✔ Two real time senario based projects with standard evaluation
  • ✔ 24x7 online support to queries during and after the course completion
  • ✔ 1 dedicated class for Interview preparations
  • Agenda

    Number of Days

    2 Days. Minimum requirement for classroom training is 2 days along with good amunt of lab session for participants.

    The basic course program is outlined here:

  • ✔ What is Git?
  • ✔ Understanding version control
  • ✔ The history of Git
  • ✔ About distributed version control
  • ✔ Who should use Git?
  • ✔ Installing Git
  • ✔ Installing Git on a Mac
  • ✔ Installing Git on Windows
  • ✔ Installing Git on Linux
  • ✔ Configuring Git
  • ✔ Exploring Git auto-completion
  • ✔ Using Git help
  • ✔ Getting Started
  • ✔ Initializing a repository
  • ✔ Understanding where Git files are stored
  • ✔ Performing your first commit
  • ✔ Writing commit messages
  • ✔ Viewing the commit log
  • ✔ Git Concepts and Architecture
  • ✔ Exploring the three-trees architecture
  • ✔ The Git workflow
  • ✔ Using hash values (SHA-1)
  • ✔ Working with the HEAD pointer
  • ✔ Making Changes to Files
  • ✔ Adding files
  • ✔ Editing files
  • ✔ Viewing changes with diff
  • ✔ Viewing only staged changes
  • ✔ Deleting files
  • ✔ Moving and renaming files
  • ✔ Using Git with a Real Project
  • ✔ Introducing the Explore California web site
  • ✔ Initializing Git
  • ✔ Editing the support phone number
  • ✔ Editing the backpack file name and links
  • ✔ Undoing Changes
  • ✔ Undoing working directory changes
  • ✔ Unstaging files
  • ✔ Amending commits
  • ✔ Retrieving old versions
  • ✔ Reverting a commit
  • ✔ Using reset to undo commits
  • ✔ Demonstrating a soft reset
  • ✔ Demonstrating a mixed reset
  • ✔ Demonstrating a hard reset
  • ✔ Removing untracked files
  • ✔ Ignoring Files
  • ✔ Using .gitignore files
  • ✔ Understanding what to ignore
  • ✔ Ignoring files globally
  • ✔ Ignoring tracked files
  • ✔ Tracking empty directories
  • ✔ Navigating the Commit Tree
  • ✔ Referencing commits
  • ✔ Exploring tree listings
  • ✔ Getting more from the commit log
  • ✔ Viewing commits
  • ✔ Comparing commits
  • ✔ Branching
  • ✔ Branching overview
  • ✔ Viewing and creating branches
  • ✔ Switching branches
  • ✔ Creating and switching branches
  • ✔ Switching branches with uncommitted changes
  • ✔ Comparing branches
  • ✔ Renaming branches
  • ✔ Deleting branches
  • ✔ Configuring the command prompt to show the branch
  • ✔ Merging Branches
  • ✔ Merging code
  • ✔ Using fast-forward merge vs. true merge
  • ✔ Merging conflicts
  • ✔ Resolving merge conflicts
  • ✔ Exploring strategies to reduce merge conflicts
  • ✔ Fast Forward Merge
  • ✔ Three way Merge
  • ✔ Rebasing
  • ✔ Stashing Changes
  • ✔ Saving changes in the stash
  • ✔ Viewing stashed changes
  • ✔ Retrieving stashed changes
  • ✔ Deleting stashed changes
  • ✔ Remotes
  • ✔ Using local and remote repositories
  • ✔ Using local and remote repositories
  • ✔ Adding a remote repository
  • ✔ Creating a remote branch
  • ✔ Cloning a remote repository
  • ✔ Tracking remote branches
  • ✔ Pushing changes to a remote repository
  • ✔ Fetching changes from a remote repository
  • ✔ Merging in fetched changes
  • ✔ Checking out remote branches
  • ✔ Pushing to an updated remote branch
  • ✔ Deleting a remote branch
  • ✔ Enabling collaboration
  • ✔ A collaboration workflow
  • ✔ Tools and Next Steps
  • ✔ Setting up aliases for common commands
  • ✔ Using SSH keys for remote login
  • ✔ Exploring integrated development environments
  • ✔ Exploring graphical user interfaces
  • ✔ Understanding Git hosting
  • ✔ Conclusion
  • ✔ Tagging
  • ✔ Lightweight tags
  • ✔ Annotated tags
  • ✔ Signed Tags
  • ✔ Create tags in Git
  • ✔ Create tags in Stash
  • ✔ Checkout tags in Git
  • ✔ How to view tags
  • ✔ How to checkout tags
  • ✔ Workflow Strategies
  • ✔ Branching basics
  • ✔ Forking basics
  • ✔ Centralized Workflow
  • ✔ Feature Branch Workflow
  • ✔ Gitflow Workflow
  • ✔ Forking Workflow
  • ✔ Git Troublshooting
  • ✔ SourceTree: Local Repositories
  • ✔ What is SourceTree?
  • ✔ Installing SourceTree
  • ✔ Creating a Local Repository Through SourceTree
  • ✔ Editing a Committed File
  • ✔ Adding a Tag
  • ✔ Branching
  • ✔ .gitignore in SourceTree
  • ✔ Removing Files
  • ✔ SourceTree: Remote Repositories
  • ✔ Creating a Repository Through Bitbucket
  • ✔ Cloning the Repository
  • ✔ Working with the Remote Repository

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