About the Book
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.
Buying this book entitles you to any future updates.
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.
Part I - Core Git
- What source control is
- Creating and cloning repositories
- Branching and merging
Part II - Advanced Local Git
- Interactive addition of content
- The reflog
- Cherry Picking
Part III - Remote Repository Management
- Remote branches vs local
- Pull requests
Part IV - Advanced Git
- Git log
- Squashing / advanced rebasing
- Bare Repositores
About the Author
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 book '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