GIT: From beginner to Fearless
Presented by: Brian GormanTime: Tuesday, Jan. 07, 1:00 PM - 5:00 PM
This training is an introduction to GIT for source control. We'll take a look at getting started with GIT on our own machines, as well as working with GIT at public/private repositories on GitHub and/or BitBucket. Tools we'll use include BASH and VSCode
GIT can scare people. It shouldn't. GIT is awesome, and it's something that everyone should be using - it can even be used for more than just code [yes, you can version documents and spreadsheets]!
This workshop is primarily geared towards those who do code in any language and/or do web development with any tech stack, however learning the basics and commands of GIT can benefit anyone.
The workshop will cover practical scenarios needed for anyone in a normal GIT workflow, how to interact with other developers, and ends with how to solve some more tricky problems that happen.
By the end of the day, you should no longer have any fear about wrecking your repository or losing your changes.
The workshop general outline will look something like this:
Git Basic Info
A single-person/developer general flow
A simple multiple-person/developer flow
Advanced GIT commands to rescue your material
Using GIT from Visual Studio or Eclipse