Git is an open source version control software created by Linus Torvalds, creator of Linux kernel, that allows users to track changes and manage different versions of projects as they change over time. Git users can create a solo project or with teams and quickly identify changes made, especially if issues arise within the code.
The git repository behaves a little differently than other version control software. It stores your changes in a series of snapshots instead of creating sets of files (a system sometimes known as delta-based version control).
Git needs only local files, so the speed of use is a considerable improvement over other systems that have network latency. Using Git gives you access to every version, but it doesn't feel like every version loaded into your system.
Git is inextricably linked to data science as well as mobile coding and product development. CourseMonster.org's courses are designed to offer a range of skill sets that include Git. For example, Principles, Statistical and Computational Tools for Reproducible Data Science gives you a comprehensive overview of the types of tools you'll need to succeed in your career in data science, including Git, Github, RStudio, and Dataverse.
Other courses include Programming Skills offered in partnership with Microsoft . Course attendants learn vital skills for programming, including the tools and operating systems available. Git elements include pull requests, working with source code, and creating those open source projects. Plus, using Git to keep code clean.
Other course offerings also help place Git within the context of programming and data science, giving you the skills you need for code management with a version control system. The master branches located within your Git repository help monitor changes and allow clean code while encouraging the creativity and independence developers need to innovate.
Ever have an “I lost all my work and I have a deadline the next day” moment? Git is the most popular version control tool—something that developers use to save all relevant versions of their work to avoid moments like those. Git also makes it easy for developers to collaborate and share work with others!
Git, simply put, is a tool to save versions of your code. This course will teach you a basic workflow and Git’s core features, different ways to undo changes or save multiple versions of a project, and how to collaborate with other developers.
This course covers the essentials of using the version control system Git. You'll be able to create a new Git repo, commit changes, and review the commit history of an existing repo. You'll also learn how to keep your commits organized using tags and branches and you'll master the art of merging changes by crushing those pesky merge conflicts. Oh no! Was a mistake made along the way? Learn how to edit commits, revert changes, or even delete commits.
Local, instructor-led live GIT training courses demonstrate through interactive discussion and hands-on practice the fundamentals of GIT and how to use it.
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