Learn Git with the 'Hard Way' method. It's the best way to develop your skills, and takes you from confusion to understanding in easy-to-follow steps.
Have you ever run a git command and felt a cold sweat because something happened that you didn't understand?
This book helps you to be comfortable with git, a technology more often used than understood.
It uses the 'Hard Way' method, the best way to develop your skills, and takes you from confusion to understanding in easy-to-follow steps.
Git need not be stressful.
In four parts, Learn Git the Hard Way takes you from a beginners knowledge to a complete understanding of all the git fundamentals you need to maintain a codebase.
No longer need you be confused by terms like rebase, merge, branch, and bisect when others discuss them.
It focusses on the practical knowledge needed to get comfortable with using git.
Ian Miell has over twenty years' experience in IT, writing, running, architecting, and maintaining software for some of the world's busiest systems.
He has written the books 'Docker in Practice' (published by Manning), 'Learn Bash the Hard Way' (published on Leanpub), as well as various training courses and videos.
He blogs about his experiences at https://zwischenzugs.com