Git is a version control system that was created as a tool for Linux-kernel development.
Today it is widely used in software industry and it is very popular in open-source projects. One of the reasons for this popularity is development of different services like GitHub and GitLab that provide better usability in Git projects. They make project management and distribution much easier.
The course material teaches Git usage and some basics of version control. Each module consists of reading material and exercises. Exercises are questionnaires and repository-returns.
The course material has been split into four different modules: basics, intermediate, advanced and GitLab.
After the basics module, you know how to:
- Create new commits
- Choose files for commits
- Look at version history
- Revert back to old file version / revert changes
- Synchronize local repository with remote repository
After the intermediate module, you know how to:
- Use branches
- Revert branches to previous versions
- Resolve merge conflicts
- Selectively add lines to staging
- Collaborate using Git
- Use submodules
After the advanced module, you know how to:
- Clean version history
- Use stash, blame and reflog
- Use different Git workflows
After the GitLab module, you know how to:
- Tell about GitLab in general level
- Work with GitLab flow
- Tell about CI/CD in general level
- Build a CI/CD pipeline in GitLab
- Use GitLab for project management