Learn Enough Git to Be Dangerous: An Introduction to Version Control with Git (Michael Hartl)

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Learn Enough Git to Be Dangerous: An Introduction to Version Control with Git (Michael Hartl)

If you're not sure what "version control" is, Learn Enough Git to Be Dangerous won't even presume that you are familiar with the class of software.

Even if you are already knowledgeable about the topic, you probably still have a lot to learn from this course.

Git, the distributed version control system, has never had a better on-the-job partner. It offers a condensed, accessible introduction to Git for first-time users as well as a reference for those of you with Git knowledge with typical commands and procedures.

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A co-founder of the Softcover self-publishing platform, Michael Hartl is the author of the Ruby on Rails Tutorial, one of the top introductions to web development. Michael was honored with a Ruby Hero Award in 2011 for his service to the Ruby community. At the California Institute of Technology (Caltech), where he formerly taught physics, he was honored with a Lifetime Achievement Award for Excellence in Teaching. 
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