Juri Strumpflohner | Duration: 0h 30m | Video: H264 1280x720 | Audio: AAC 48 kHz 2ch | 145 MB | Language: English
Knowing your everyday toolset increases your productivity as a developer.
And Git is one of those tools you use on a daily basis. Mastering Git is tough; it has hundreds of different commands, often even inconsistent at how you pass in flags and configuration options. On the other side, there are a lot of good Git courses out there already, explaining all of these commands in detail.
With this course, I aim at a different goal. You will walk through a series of scenarios which you'll most commonly encounter in your daily work life as a developer. I'm talking:
updating your feature branch with the latest changes from master
polishing your git history to make it ready for being peer-reviewed
moving a set of commits to another branch
undoing accidental commits
The goal is not to cover everything, but those tasks that will greatly improve your daily productivity with Git.