This series of blog posts are for those who have yet to learn git. They will enable the lightbulb moments required to use git as a productive tool in your development workflow.
Why git’s better
Here you learn the reasons why git is better than previous methods of VCS. This is true even for non-open source projects with just a few contributors. Use this to help convince others it’s the way to go.
02 – Power of the server in your client
03 – Work on multiple changes concurrently
04 – Backup as often as you like
The terminology and process of git are different to what you have used before. There’s no getting around it, this may well be confusing to begin with but use these posts to avoid some needless pain and suffering.
09 – add and remove, checkout and reset
10 – review with status, diff and log
11 – branch off, commit, and merge back
A template workflow
Knowing many of the git commands available is one thing, but how are you meant to use them to collaboratively develop software with others? Here we discuss a simple yet powerful set of workflow cycles that boil down daily git interactions into just three repeating tasks.
12 – Never, EVER, push to master
Pointers for next steps on the journey to mastering git.