Pro git book written by scott chacon and ben straub
Pro Git by Scott ChaconThis file is very large Depending on your Internet connection, the file may fail to open. If you are using a mobile device or your Internet connection is very slow, it may be safer to download the file instead of opening it directly in the browser. Welcome to the second edition of Pro Git. The first edition was published over four years ago now. Since then a lot has changed and yet many important things have not. While most of the core commands and concepts are still valid today as the Git core team is pretty fantastic at keeping things backward compatible, there have been some significant additions and changes in the community surrounding Git.
Pro GIT, 2nd Edition
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Here is a quick summary of the ten chapters and three appendices of this book. Preview the PDF. It is never too late to start learning and it would be a shame to miss an opportunity to learn a tutorial or course that can be so useful as Pro Git book especially when it is free! You do not have to register for expensive classes and travel from one part of town to another to take classes. All you need to do is download the course and open the PDF file.
It does explain git on the lower level without going into the git source code. This book is over pages, but chapters 1 to 3 will get you up and efficient within 2 hours. Especially chapter 3 I skipped to it, I kinda knew the basic git commands from "experience" , which goes over branching and how it works. It explains how snapshots are handled and what points to what, which make working with multiple branches locally and remotely a pleasure actually. It's honestly not to hard to get decent at git.
The entire Pro Git book, written by Scott Chacon and Ben Straub and published by Apress, is available here. All content is licensed under the Creative Commons .
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