Git & GitHub A Practical Course: Beginner To Advanced Level

Git & GitHub A Practical Course: Beginner To Advanced Level. Master Your Git & GitHub Skill Through Step By Step Practical Git Bootcamp

Git & GitHub A Practical Course: Beginner To Advanced Level Course Requirements

  • VS Code Editor Or Any Text Or Code Editor
  • Basic Knowledge on Command Prompt Terminal but not necessary
  • No prior knowledge of Git and GitHub is required
  • Interest in learning new skill about version control system

Git & GitHub A Practical Course: Beginner To Advanced Level Course Description

This is a high-level overview of Complete Git & GitHub, for both beginners and advanced software professionals.
If someone wants to develop their open source project or wants to contribute to the open-source project, then they must learn Git and GitHub. Even if you are a student and want to become a software developer or website designer, learning Git and GitHub will help you achieve your goal with a well-designed infrastructure to get input from different developers for your project.

Today, many professional developers or designers need to know how to work with Git and GitHub. Git allows us to record different versions of our project and allows us to go back in time and check previous states of the project. As for GitHub, it is an online service where we can share our code with the world and it also allows us to collaborate with different developers.
This course consists of different sections. We will start with the basics of Git, where you can learn how to install Git. We will guide how to use the commands in Windows mainly, we will create our first local repository, and you will see how to save different versions of the project, such as snapshots, using commits.

Then we will show you how to go back in time and check previous project statuses, update or remove them with the help of git checkout, git revert, and git reset. After gaining a solid understanding of Git, we will learn the basics of GitHub. Then we will show you how to push the local repository to the remote repository and pull the remote repository to our local machine. Then we’ll show you how to work with one of the best features of Git, which is branching. We will learn how to deal with the branches locally and also remotely. We will show you how to merge branches with different methods and also how to deal with merge conflicts. Then we’ll see how to fork and contribute. We will learn how to copy someone else’s remote repository to your GitHub account, how to clone it to your local computer, and how to contribute to the original project. Finally, we will discuss collaboration on GitHub. We’ll go through some really important topics, like, how to set up a collaboration team, how to define different rules for collaborators, and much more.

We encourage you to feel free to ask the questions if you get stuck at any point on the timeline related to our course and the commands we have used in our course. Please do not use any strange or unused code in our course, so your cooperation is very important to us. If you have any suggestions, feel free to post them in the private message sections and help us improve our ability to create courses.
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