Edit Files In A Git Repository

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level
Introductory
Subject
Software Development
Course Length
1 hour 30 minutes
Subscription
Foundation

Course Description

Git is a distributed source control system with growing popularity among software developers. In this course, you will learn to perform basic file operations like editing, removing, and renaming files in the Git repository. You will see how to ask Git what has changed between the version of the file you are editing and the last one committed to the repository. Additionally, you will learn how to tell Git to ignore temporary files that do not need to be stored in source control. These are operations you will likely perform on a daily basis.

Requirements

  • An understanding of the role of source control in the software development process.
  • Installing Git tools

Instructors

Wallace Kelly

Wallace Kelly has been teaching software development for about 14 years, focusing mostly on .Net, including C#, F# and WPF. His passion for teaching started as a little kid when other parents would hire him to teach programming to their kids. Wallace is an experienced, interdisciplinary researcher and program manager. He has vast expertise in intelligent systems, software development, and innovating for next-generation systems. He'll bring this diverse, real-world experience to you as he introduces you to programming basics.