Git Classroom Training

Hands-on training with an experienced instructor makes it easier to learn how to implement Git version control.

Git Version Control Classroom Training from Mijingo

You have a team. They need a better process for managing the websites or applications they build.

Git version control is the smart, modern choice for implementing solid development workflows for your projects.

Quality Training Gets Results

While my training might not help you get to space, I can guarantee it will:

  • Get your team up-to-speed quickly and efficiently, while avoiding common mistakes and pitfalls.
  • Learn the skills necessary to create and run a reliable and professional version control workflow.
  • Experience the gains in productivity, reduced errors during releases and launches.

The classroom training will provide you with the tried and true methods for using Git, from someone who has managed teams and large project.

Meet Your Instructor

The classroom training is taught by Ryan Irelan, founder and chief educator at Mijingo.

Web development training by  Ryan Irelan of Mijingo

Ryan has more than a decade of professional experience in web development. He is the former Vice President, Technology at Happy Cog, a digital agency and trailblazer for the web. He’s authored numerous video courses for web designers and developers (including three on Git), is the author of two technical books, and conference speaker and presenter. Ryan lives in Austin, TX.

What’s Covered?

This is a comprehensive 1 day in-person course on Git version control. When it’s over your team will be ready to start implementing a Git-powered workflow for web and software development.

Here’s the high-level overview of the course:

  • Overview & Fundamentals of Git
  • How Git Works
  • Git Workflow Tools
  • Git Workflows
  • Fixing Problems in Git

Questions about Training

Here are some commonly asked questions about the Mijingo Git classroom training. I’m happy to answer more questions in our preliminary phone call.

What do we get as part of the course?

  • In-person training with Ryan.
  • 80 page course ebook (PDF, HTML, ePub)
  • All slides from course (PDF)
  • Discount on Mijingo courses

Is this for me?

This private classroom training was created for web designers and developers who care about learning efficiently. No prior experience with Git is required. The course is hands-on and together we’ll work with Git and Git workflows.

Will you come to our location?

Yes. This course is taught on-site at your office or a training space. As such, you’ll need the following:

  • a room to comfortably accommodate your team,
  • a laptop projector and screen
  • a whiteboard or flipchart with markers
  • computers (laptop or desktop) on which each attendee can complete the hands-on exercises, and access rights on those machines to install the required software.

Ready to Learn Git?

To schedule your training, get in touch via email (use the button below) so I can learn more about your team.

Email to Schedule Training

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