Command Line Git


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Command Line Git
Git for Data Scientists and Non Developers

What you’ll learn

Become a productive user of git
How to use git through the command line
Understanding git commands in detail
git status – Current state of your local repo
git add – Adding your changes for tracking
git commit – Staging your files for upload
git push – Saving Files to the git server
.gitignore – ignore file types in git
Preview of Markdown Language
git stash and pop – Putting away files for later
git diff – Comparing differences between separate versions of work
Removing files from your git repository

Description
This course is designed to get you proficient and comfortable with using git in under a day! You will find a focused course on where you’ll dive in immediately into using git. While this is not an exhaustive course on git, it does focus on what you are likely to use 70% – 90% of the time. You will be set up for mastery and advanced usage of git if you decide to do so.

This course requirements are minimal. All you’ll need is

a laptop

a GitHub Account (free btw),

In Section 1, we cover

git overview – how git works

git install instructions (very simple)

GitHub account creation

rsa key setup for security

creating your first repository

adding and committing files

pushing / saving your files to github

pull requests and merges

git pull (local)

In Section 2, we become Pros!

git add – add and modify files

git commit – commenting your changes

git push – saving to the server

PRs and Merges – bringing it all together

git pull – copying latest changes locally

In Section 03, is our bonus material that is of high value

.gitignore

markdown

git stash and git pop

git diff

removing / deleting files from GitHub

And the best thing of all, this course can be completed in a day, and you can gain proficiency over a weekend! It’s that quick and easy!

Who this course is for:
Data Scientists
Business Analysts
Data Analysts
Developers
Programmers

 

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