Have you ever tried to use Dropbox for sharing code with collaborators on a project, but accidentally deleted someone else’s work? Ever wished you could undo that “improvement” you made to your program four days ago that you now realize breaks your code? Whether you’re working with others, or are coding on your own, using a version control system can make development a much more sane and enjoyable process, while facilitating team development and code sharing. Armed with some essential Git commands that you’ll learn in this course, you’ll worry less and code more. We’ll focus on basic usage of OIT’s GitLab repository management system, but the techniques will be applicable to GitHub or other git-based version control systems. You don’t need to be an expert, but to get the most out of this course you should have some small level of familiarity with using a terminal to enter command-line instructions on Linux, Mac or Windows.
This class is part of our WebDev Basics Track
Our WebDev Basics Track is designed for beginners with no experience in web development. These courses will provide all of the skills necessary to build and maintain an interactive website from scratch.
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