Version control is a system that records changes to a file or set of files over time so that you can recall specific versions later. In this video, we will dive into version control using Git. After explaining the difference between centralized and distributed version control, we will show you how to configure your Git environment. Once we have configured the environment we will show you how to work with Git in your day to day activities.We will look at what it takes to administer your Git setup We will end the course with setting up the workflows in Git. We will see Basic Workflow, Forking Workflow, Feature workflow, open source workflow and Gitflow Workflow.
Style and Approach This course is a combination of theory and demo. We explain the concept and when applicable, we demo the concept so you understand it
What You Will Learn Get to know the difference between centralized and distributed version control systems Configure your environment to use Git See the difference between local and remote repositories and when to use each. Know how to undo work at various stages in the Git commit process. Control what gets commits to your Git repository using the .gitignore file. Find out all about workflows-from basic to open source, and discover one that fits your needs Authors Paul Hacker Paul Hacker, a Principal Consultant with AgileThought, has over 15 years of application architecture, design, development, and management expertise in Microsoft technologies. Paul has a depth of experience in ALM, Process Improvement, and Team Foundation Server. Having distinguished himself as a leader in the IT industry he has been awarded the distinction of Microsoft MVP in the ALM category every year since 2006.