Here’s the long awaited video on branching in Git. Enjoy!
Hey So a couple of weeks ago I received an email asking how to go about setting up a Git server on Linux. This is actually pretty straight forward, provided you are familiar with Linux. I made a quick video describing the process.
After over a year, here’s the next instalment of my Git tutorial! In this video we look at the difference between rebasing and pulling from remote repositories. Sorry it took so long!
In the last video, we just looked at adding files and commiting changes. This is great, but remember that in Git, commits are local. In this video we look at how we can set up remote repositories that we can push data to, either to use as backups, or for sharing with others. Notes I … Continue reading Git Tutorial 03 – Pushing & Pulling
This video hits up the terminal and starts using git. We start by creating a git repository, which is super easy with Git. Then, we look at adding files to the repository, and commiting changes. Notes In this video, I specifically create a project using:
. If you are working on your own projects, … Continue reading Git Tutorial 02 – The basics
In this episode I give a brief introduction to the Git Version Control System. Notes Git is a distributed version control system, originally written by Linus Torvalds for Linux Kernel development. It is Free and Open Source software. You can get it for Linux, Mac and Windows (either native or cygwin). There are also plugins … Continue reading Git Tutorial 01 – What is Git