THIS TUTORIAL HAS REQUIREMENTS AND INSTRUCTIONS LISTED BELOW
Having trouble groking Git? Not sure what the difference between merging and rebasing is? Wondering what you would ever use a “cherry-pick” for? We’ll cover these topics and more in this talk, helping attendees get past Git novice and on their way to Git master.
We’ll do a short overview of git, then jump into branching strategies, commit amending, stashing, cherry-picking, and yes, merging versus rebasing. This is not an introductory talk, we’ll dive into these topics and play with some sample commands to get attendees up to speed quickly. Okay, maybe you won’t be a guru after one conference session, but attendees will have a better understanding of how to play nicely with others in the same Git repository and how to fix common (and not so common) issues in Git.
TUTORIAL REQUIREMENTS AND INSTRUCTIONS FOR ATTENDEES
Basic git and running commands on the command line.
Attendees should have a git client installed which gives them access to a command line interface (CLI).
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