Learn more advanced Git by practicing the concepts of Git version control. Increase your Git knowledge by learning more advanced systems within Git.
Level 1 Free Level Introduction 1 Video | 8 Challenges
Learn the basics of Git
Level 2 Staging & Remotes 1 Video | 13 Challenges
Add and remove changed files, and work with remote repositories
Level 3 Cloning & Branching 1 Video | 7 Challenges
Clone repositories and learn how to work with multiple branches
Level 4 Collaboration Basics 1 Video | 5 Challenges
Work simultaneously with multiple users
Level 5 Branching 1 Video | 10 Challenges
Work with remote branches and reference commits
Level 6 Rebase belong to us 1 Video | 11 Challenges
Optimize merging and fix merge conflicts
Level 7 History and Configuration 1 Video | 10 Challenges
Learn how to configure and view commit logs
About The Professors
Gregg is passionate about taking complex topics and teaching them efficiently. He's helped build Envy Labs, Starter Studio, and Code School. He also furthers education through BarCamp in Orlando, the Orlando Ruby Users Group, and the Orlando Tech Events newsletter.
Olivier was an innocent French web designer when Rails for Zombies infected his brain. The course motivated him to learn to build what he previously could only design. Now set free by the eloquence of Ruby, he spends his time learning, teaching, and shipping code for Code School.
This course teaches Git using version 220.127.116.11.
Course Reviews (146)
As a absolute beginner with Git I was searching for a good introduction for this software and I found 'Try Git' and I liked very much, so I decided to follow with Git Real 1 and it works for me. Anyway, I personally would add a final project to work with a real git server following a script where the student have to show snapshots of results. Well, in a few day I shall begin Git Real 2.
This really helped my get a much better understanding of git, that I was not getting from other online resources. Thank you very much.
Well explained, diagrams definitely help to visualise the conflict situation. All examples provide useful practice for managing your git repo and get a gentle start on collaborative work. Would love to see more on git flow in the future. Alex