Git is a Version Control System, where as GitHub is a centralized repository to host the code, so to enable team collaboration.
In this course you will learn about Git and GitHub and all the concepts pertaining to them. This course also talks about the use cases and workflows that you need to know as a developer.
You will not only understand the core part of Git and GitHub and how it works under the hood, but we will also explore a host of concepts that are very crucial for you to understand before you start contributing to Git projects.
Who can take this course?
People who are getting started with their developer journey
Manager/Team leads who lead a project
People who want to get started with their DevOps journey
Passionate learners who want to upgrade their skills for better job prospects
In this course you will also learn how to contribute to open source projects and build your online presence or to build credibility.
This course will teach you everything you need to know about Git and GitHub, and you don't have to refer to any other sources.
This course comes with a 30 day refund policy. If you didn't like the course for whatever reason, you can ask for full refund.
Who this course is for:
Developers who want to learn Git and GitHub
Project Manager and IT professionals
People who want to kick start their DevOps Journey
1 Intro Video
3 Git Deep Dive
6 Git Rebase
8 Git Ignore
10Getting Started as Collaborater
11 Git Fetch
12 Git pull
13 Git Push - Contributing to the remote
14 Forking and Contributing to Opensource
15 Branching Strategy and Tags
16 Branch Protection Rules
17 Digital Signatures and Verified commits
Teaching is an art in my opinion. I believe, it's the responsibility of the Instructor to make sure that the student understand the concepts.
I don't want to promote my decade and half experience in the industry. All my experience means nothing to me if I fail to teach you the way you understand.
My primary focus is to teach you the technology and ease your journey to a successful life.