Название: Learning Git: A Visual Approach for Using Git Successfully (Third Early Release) Автор: Anna Skoulikari Издательство: O’Reilly Media, Inc. Год: 2022-09-22 Страниц: 131 Язык: английский Формат: epub (true), mobi Размер: 10.3 MB
Learn the basics of Git in a simple, visual, and tangible manner. With this practical book, author Anna Skoulikari helps you build a mental model of how Git version control works so that you can get the most out of this powerful tool. Whether you're a developer, data professional, technical writer, designer, or product manager, you'll learn the basics of Git in a straightforward and approachable way.
Learning Git uses storytelling principles not only to place lessons in a familiar context, but also to make the information more memorable. By introducing information in an incremental manner, this book makes all the content accessible so you don't get bogged down with unknown terms or concepts. This guide is ideal whether you're working on a shared document or managing your own version control project.
Who This Book Is For: This book is for anyone that wants to learn the basics of how to use Git. It is especially designed for individuals that are newly gaining technical skills or individuals that work in non-technical roles but still need to use Git to collaborate with their technical counterparts. Some examples of individuals that may benefit from this book include but are not limited to: coding bootcamp students, computer science students, technical writers, product managers, designers, junior developers, data scientists, and self-taught programmers.
This book is written for people with no experience using Git as well as with a bit of experience using Git. If you have no experience using Git, that’s not a problem since this book starts from zero. We will go over the very first steps of working with Git such as installing it and how to use the command line and we will build from there. If you have a bit of experience using Git or the command line, the first chapter may be a bit of revision. However, you should not skip it because it sets up the project that we will be using throughout the rest of the book.
This book helps you: Set up Git, initialize a repository, and make commits Learn what's happening in Git at every stage of the workflow Work with others on projects that use Git version control Merge work in Git and resolve conflicts when they arise Work with remote repositories using hosting services such as GitHub, GitLab, or Bitbucket