Research IT will be running a full-day course providing an intensive hands-on introduction to version control using Git on the 8th November 2016.
Have you ever:
- Made a change to code, realised it was a mistake and wanted to revert back?
- Lost code or had a backup that was too old?
- Wanted to see the difference between two (or more) versions of your code?
- Wanted to prove that a particular change broke or fixed a piece of code?
- Wanted to review the history of some code?
- Wanted to share your code, or let other people work on your code?
- Wanted to experiment with a new feature without interfering with working code?
A version control system will make your life easier in all the above situations.
The course is aimed at those who have no or little experience of version control. It will cover:
- What version control is;
- The main benefits of using version control;
- How to set up and work with a local repository;
- How to work with remote repositories using GitHub;
- Topics such as branching, resolving conflicts, merging and rebasing;
- Working collaboratively on one repository.
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