Video Course

Git: The Next Steps

by Ryan Irelan

This course provides you the information you need to take the next step with Git. You know the basics, now learn the power moves. Read the full description


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What's in this Course?

This is an intermediate course on getting better and smarter with the Git version control system. Over this course we are going to cover the next level of information you need to know to make Git not just a tool, but a power tool.

What We’ll Cover

  • Module 1 will cover how Git works. We’ll dig down a bit and learn why Git does what it does and how it does it. By learning this we can better understand what’s happening under the hood, especially when things go wrong.
  • Module 2 is all about the practical workflow tools in Git that make using Git easier and faster. We’ll go in-depth on logs, merging, stashing, and tagging.
  • Module 3 focuses on what to do when things go wrong. We will cover how to fix problems with the git tools Revert, Reset, and Bisect.

In order to follow along with this course, I suggest that you have already completed the Basics of Git course from Mijingo or have equivalent knowledge of Git. During this course I won’t cover all of the basics of using Git, instead focusing on 4 different areas to help you get more from the tool.


What is the difficulty level?


This is an intermediate course that builds on basic Git concepts. If you took the Basics of Git course or have used Git on a project, you should be able to follow along without a problem.

How long is the course?

The course is 114 minutes long and broken up into 3 different modules. Each module consists of several videos.

Is there a written version of the course, too?

You can download the course workbook, which has similar content as what is covered in the videos. The videos, however, should be the primary learning source.

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