Git GitHub Masterclass
What you’ll learn
Use Git and GitHub in the way that modern development teams use them.
Understand the ideal structure of a repository.
Learn how GitHub will enable great collaboration in a development team.
Master the git commands that will help you explore any repository.
Leverage Markdown in your GitHub repositories.
Publish your repositories in public websites through GitHub Pages.
Feel comfortable contributing to a repository, whether open source or as part of your job.
Understand how GitHub is the foundation for more advanced development practices such as CI/CD and DevOps.
No prior programming knowledge required but such knowledge would be an asset.
No previous experience with Git or Github required.
A Computer running Windows, Mac OS or Linux.
Git is the most used version control system for programmers in the world. GitHub, with 57 million repositories (projects) and 28 million users is the largest host of source code in the world.The reality is, developers of all levels need to have a mastery of these tools. Why?Firstly, because employers are demanding these skills. Developers who don’t know Git and GitHub have less opportunities available to them because so many companies are using one or both of these technologies.Secondly, if you don’t know how to use this technology you literally won’t be able to function as a programmer anywhere that version control is used. And thats most companies! Don’t get left behind!This course was designed to get you back in the race – by giving you a mastery of both Git and GitHub!You will learn all the basics of Git and GitHub, everything from what a repository is, to adding your code to one.Commits, Pull Requests, Forks, Cloning a repository, Branches, Handling Merge conflicts, Continuous Integration and Delivery, Markdown, GitHub Pages and Google Colab – It’s all here.But in addition to that you will learn how to use Git and GitHub in real life development situations, rather than learning theory only – So you will know how to use Git and GitHub the right way, and be ready to apply it to your professional development career.Eduardo, your course instructor has structured this course in such a way that you will be able to follow the videos step by step and apply each concept as you go and finally build up to the final section on Continuous Integration / Continuous Delivery (a topic which is not covered by other Git and GitHub courses).You truly will be a master of Git and GitHub by the end of the course.I could go on and on about what’s in the course, but all you really need to know is that this is a comprehensive course on the topic and Eduardo as the instructor, and Learn Programming Academy as the publisher have a great track record of producing high quality courses. So you can be assured that its the right training you need to master Git and GitHub. This course is ready for you now.Are you ready to start? Click the Enroll button to get started. Note that you can also check out some of the course content by using the free preview feature on this page.
Section 1: Getting Started with Git
Lecture 1 What is Version Control
Lecture 2 Install Git on Windows
Lecture 3 Install Git on macOS
Lecture 4 Install Git on Linux
Lecture 5 Setup Git Workspace on Windows
Lecture 6 Setup Git Workspace on macOS 10.15+
Lecture 7 Setup Git Workspace on Mac/Linux
Lecture 8 Executing a First Commit
Lecture 9 Understanding The Full Commiting Process
Lecture 10 Reviewing File Changes
Lecture 11 Missing Git Configurations
Section 2: Getting Started with GitHub
Lecture 12 Git and GitHub
Lecture 13 Create your GitHub account
Lecture 14 Pushing your Local Repo to GitHub
Lecture 15 Editing Code and Commiting from GitHub
Lecture 16 Pulling from the Remote
Lecture 17 Check for changes with Git Status
Section 3: Fork and Clone
Lecture 18 Intro to Forking GitHub Repositories
Lecture 19 Cloning a Repository
Lecture 20 Exploring Git Logs
Lecture 21 Getting Commit and File Details with Git
Lecture 22 Exploring Commit and File Details from GitHub
Lecture 23 Making Changes
Lecture 24 Undoing Changes and Reverting Commits
Section 4: Working with Branches
Lecture 25 Good Version Control Practices
Lecture 26 What is a Branch?
Lecture 27 Creating a Branch with Git
Lecture 28 Creating a Branch with GitHub
Lecture 29 Adding a gitignore File
Lecture 30 Syncing Branches
Lecture 31 Graph the Branches on the Terminal
Lecture 32 Merging Branches in the Terminal
Lecture 33 Pull Requests in GitHub
Section 5: Merge Conflicts
Lecture 34 When do Merge Conflicts Happen?
Lecture 35 Types of Merges
Lecture 36 A First Merge Conflict
Lecture 37 Solving the Conflict
Lecture 38 Merge Conflicts on GitHub
Lecture 39 Solving Merge Conflicts on GitHub
Lecture 40 Adding Tags to the Repository
Section 6: Collaboration in GitHub
Lecture 41 Colaboration on Private Repos and Cloning to Colab
Lecture 42 Protecting Branches on GitHub
Lecture 43 Requiring Reviews in Pull Requests
Lecture 44 Working with Issues and PRs in GitHub
Section 7: Working with an Open Source Project
Lecture 45 Adding a README file
Lecture 46 Adding the important Templates
Lecture 47 Filtering the Git Log to Better Understand the repo
Lecture 48 The Full Contribution Flow – Beyond Pull Requests
Lecture 49 Importance and Naming of Feature Branches
Lecture 50 Importance of Descriptive Commits
Section 8: Markdown
Lecture 51 Introduction to Markdown
Lecture 52 Formatting Text with Markdown
Lecture 53 Creating Lists with Markdown
Lecture 54 Adding Tables and Links with Markdown
Lecture 55 Images and Videos using Markdown
Lecture 56 Writing Code Blocks using Markdown
Lecture 57 The Notion App
Section 9: GitHub Pages
Lecture 58 Intro to GitHub Pages
Lecture 59 Creating the Page’s Content
Lecture 60 Publishing a GitHub Page
Section 10: Using Git and GitHub from the IDE
Lecture 61 Intro to Git in Different IDEs
Lecture 62 Git and GitHub in Android Studio
Lecture 63 Git and GitHub in Xcode
Lecture 64 Git and GitHub in Visual Studio Code
Lecture 65 Git and GitHub in Visual Studio
Lecture 66 Git and GitHub in VS for Mac
Lecture 67 Git and GitHub in IntelliJ
Lecture 68 Git and GitHub in Eclipse
Section 11: Intro to Continuous Integration and Delivery
Lecture 69 What is Continuous Integration
Lecture 70 What is Continuous Delivery
Lecture 71 Using Circle CI from GitHub
Lecture 72 Using App Center from GitHub
Section 12: Extra Information – Source code, and other stuff
Lecture 73 Source Codes
Lecture 74 Bonus Lecture and Information
Anyone who is willing and eager to learn more about Git and Github.
Udemy | English | 11h 43m | 6.74 GB
Created by: Tim Buchalka’s Learn Programming Academy
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