Ry's Git Tutorial (Ryan Hodson)

 
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Ry's Git Tutorial (Ryan Hodson)

Ry's Git Tutorial, created for those new to distributed development, explains this complicated topic in straightforward language that anyone can comprehend.

This book serves as a quick, entertaining introduction to Git-based revision management for both novice and experienced programmers.

Free version control software called Git is renowned for its efficiency, dependability, and non-linear development approach. Git is an essential tool for professional programmers due to its popularity among open-source developers, but it may also greatly improve your individual coding workflow. Without the smallest concern about damaging your project, you'll be able to try out new concepts, drastically modify current code, and effectively discuss changes with other developers.

This in-depth manual will take you step-by-step through the complete Git library while you write code and issue commands. You'll practice fundamental Git concepts as you generate commits, roll back snapshots, browse branches, interact with remote repositories, and more.

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About the Authors
Technical writer and developer Ryan Hodson resides in Boulder, Colorado. He has created everything from Git documentation to Flash visualizations while working for NCSA, Beyond Design, Syncfusion, and Atlassian.
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Published
Published Date / Year
(2014)
eBook Format
ePub (209 pages, 2.7 MB)

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