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Version 3.0

Product Type: Courseware
Level: Foundation
Duration: 1 Days
Prerequisites: 

Basic computer (Windows or Mac or Linux) literacy


Language: English (en-US)
Delivery Format: eBook

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Course Description :

Delivery Information:

You will receive required software set up for install 48 hours from time of purchase. 

Version 3.0


Course Outline :

Chapter 1.

  • Introduction to Version Control
  • What is Version Control
  • What is Version Control (cont'd)'Undo' Capability
  • Collaboration
  • Collaboration (Cont'd)Communication and Sharing
  • Auditing and Tracking
  • Release Engineering, Maintenance, SDLC
  • Diagnostics
  • History of Version Control
  • What is Version Control (cont'd)
  • Distributed Version Control
  • Summary


Chapter 2.

  • Introduction to Git
  • What is Git
  • Git's Design Goals
  • Git's Design Goals (cont'd)
  • Branching and Merging
  • Branching and Merging (cont'd)Centralized Version Control
  • Distributed Version Control
  • Git Basics
  • Git Basics (Cont'd)
  • Getting GitGit on the Server
  • Git Repository Managers
  • Git on Somebody Else's Server
  • Summary


Chapter 3.

  • Basic Git Operations
  • Using Git
  • Definitions
  • Definitions (cont'd)
  • Repository (cont'd)
  • Commit
  • Commit (continued)
  • How to Think About Commits
  • Viewing History
  • Configuring Git
  • Configuration Scope
  • User Identification
  • User Identification (cont'd)
  • GPG Signing
  • Gnu Privacy Guard
  • GPG Basics
  • GPG and Git.gitignore
  • Other Useful Configurations
  • Summary


Chapter 4.

  • Branching, Merging and Remotes
  • Branching
  • Branches in Git
  • Branches in Git (cont'd)
  • Merge
  • Merge (cont'd)
  • Fast Forward Merge--no-ff
  • More Than One Repository
  • Working with Remotes
  • Fetch and Pull
  • Push
  • Pull Requests
  • Tagging a Commit
  • Lightweight Tags
  • Annotated Tags
  • Sharing Tags
  • Checking Out a Tag
  • Summary


Chapter 5.

  • Git Work Flows
  • Work Flows
  • Local Work Flow
  • Feature Branches
  • Centralized Workflow
  • Integration Manager Work Flow
  • Integration Manager Work Flow (cont'd)
  • Other Work Flows Are Possible
  • Summary


Chapter 6.

  • Introduction to GitFlow
  • What is GitFlow
  • Benefits
  • How GitFlow works?
  • How GitFlow works? (Contd.)
  • What is GitFlow? (Contd.)
  • How GitFlow works? (Contd.)
  • GitFlow Extension
  • Initializing GitFlow
  • Features Release
  • Hotfixes
  • Summary


Chapter 7.

  • Rewriting History
  • Squashing Commits
  • Squashing Commits (cont'd)
  • Rebase vs Merge
  • Amending Commits
  • Reset
  • Summary


Chapter 8.

  • Examining History
  • Looking at History
  • Log
  • Blame
  • Bisect
  • Summary


Chapter 9.

  • Submodules and Subtrees
  • Submodules
  • Dependency Management
  • Dependency Management (cont'd)
  • Git Submodules
  • Adding a Submodule.gitmodules
  • Cloning a Repository with Submodules
  • Updating Submodules (Initial)
  • Updating Submodules (Ongoing)
  • Subtrees
  • Subtrees – How They Work
  • Subtrees Conclusion


Chapter 10.

  • Configuring Git
  • Advanced Configuration
  • Advanced Configuration Variables
  • Environment Variables
  • Aliases
  • Git Hooks
  • Summary


Lab Exercises

  • Lab 1. Starting Out With Git
  • Lab 2. Branching, Merging and Working with Remotes
  • Lab 3. Experimenting with Workflows
  • Lab 4. Using the GitFlow Workflow
  • Lab 5. Rebasing and Rewriting History
  • Lab 6. Git Submodules
  • Lab 7. (Optional) GitFlow Workflow With the GitFlow Extensions

Target Audience :

Software developers


Learning Objectives :

Lab1 - Starting Out With Git

  1. Install Git on windows
  2. Create a git repository
  3. Perform basic git functions on the repository


Lab 2 - Branching, Merging and Working with Remotes

  1. Clone an existing repository
  2. Create a branch
  3. Merge a branch onto another branch


Lab 3 - Experimenting with Workflows

  1. Use a centralized repository in the same way as you would with non-distributedversion control system
  2. Use a 'pull-request' style of development, as is common with git.


Lab 4 - Using the GitFlow Workflow

  1. In this lab you will explore the GitFlow workflow to create features, releases, hotfixes, and various other types of branches.


Lab 5 - Rebasing and Rewriting History

  1. Use 'git rebase' to move work from one branch to another
  2. 'Squash' a commit using the interactive rebase tool.


Lab 6 - Git Submodules

In this lab, we'll take a look at submodules in Git. Submodules provide a way to use a git repository as a directory within another repository.

Lab 7 - (Optional) GitFlow Workflow

With the GitFlow ExtensionsIn this lab you will explore GitFlow feature, release, hotfix, and various other options.Web Age Git Classes are delivered in traditional classroom style format. Online Git Training is also available in a synchronous instructor led format.


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