Git

Git is a free and open source distributed version control system designed to handle everything from small to very large projects with speed and efficiency.

Latest Learning Resources

Rewriting Git History

(pluralsight.com)Courseby
  • Brad Bow
Jul 2, 2018

Getting Started with Git

(pluralsight.com)Courseby
  • Aaron Stewart
May 28, 2018

Git Integration in Visual Studio Code

(scotch.io)by
  • James Quick
May 9, 2018

Introduction to Git

(teamtreehouse.com)Courseby
Apr 4, 2018
Mar 28, 2018

Git In-depth

(frontendmasters.com)Courseby
  • Nina Zakharenko
Feb 20, 2018

Git - the simple guide

(rogerdudler.github.io)Guideby
  • Roger Dudler
Jan 17, 2017

Getting Git

(gettinggit.com)Courseby
  • Jason McCreary
Jan 13, 2017

Mastering Git

(pluralsight.com)Courseby
  • Paolo Perrotta
Oct 12, 2016

Advanced Git Tips and Tricks

(pluralsight.com)Courseby
  • Enrico Campidoglio
May 2, 2016

How Git Works

(pluralsight.com)Courseby
  • Paolo Perrotta
Mar 10, 2016

GitHub Basics

(teamtreehouse.com)Courseby
  • Kyle Daigle
  • Alyson La
Feb 9, 2016
Feb 4, 2016

Pro Git 2nd Edition

(git-scm.com)Bookby
  • Scott Chacon
Nov 9, 2014

Introduction to Web Development

(frontendmasters.com)Courseby
  • Nina Zakharenko
Oct 16, 2014

A practical git introduction

(marc.helbling.fr)Guideby
  • Marc Helbling
Sep 22, 2014

How to Write a Git Commit Message

(chris.beams.io)Guideby
  • Chris Beams
Aug 31, 2014

A git Primer

(danielmiessler.com)Guideby
  • Daniel Miessler
Jun 28, 2014

Learn Git Branching

(learngitbranching.js.org)Playgroundby
  • Peter Cottle
Feb 16, 2013

Git Magic

(xenon.stanford.edu)Guideby
  • Ben Lynn

Git Immersion

(gitimmersion.com)Guide