Learning Git and GitHub

This hands-on course teaches participants how to integrate Git and GitHub into their daily command-line workflow. Git operations, customizations of Git functionality, and how to connect to Git via Eclipse are covered as well.

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Learning Objectives

Upon completion of this course, participants will be able to:

  • Install and run Git
  • Describe basic concepts of Git version control
  • Work on multiple branches
  • Optimize merging and fixing merge conflicts
  • Create and manage GitHub repositories
  • Collaborate using GitHub

     

    Course Details

    Course Outline

    1 - Introduction
  • Introduction to Version Control Systems
  • The Birth of Git and Why Git?
  • What is GitHub?
  • GitHub Repository Concepts
  • 2 - Getting Started With Git
  • Installing and Running Git
  • The Git command Line
  • Configuration Files
  • Creating your First Git Repository
  • Staging Area
  • Git Commit
  • Viewing History
  • Creating Aliases and Shortcuts
  • Hands-on Lab Session
  • 3 - Getting Started with GitHub
  • Creating and Configuring a Repository in GitHub
  • Uploading your Repository to GitHub
  • Understand Repository‚Äôs Main Page
  • Using the README
  • Hands-on Lab Session
  • 4 - File Management in Git Locally
  • The Index
  • File Classifications in Git
  • Rename a File
  • Delete a File
  • Ignore Files using .gitignore File
  • Hands-on Lab Session
  • 5 - Collaboration on Pull Requests
  • Cloning and Forking Repositories
  • Creating a Pull Request
  • Collaborating a Pull Request
  • Merging on a Pull Request
  • Working with Branches
  • Hands-on Lab Session
  • 6 - Integrating GitHub with Eclipse
  • Introducing EGit Plugin
  • Configuring GitHub in Eclipse
  • Working with Eclipse
  • Hands-on Lab Session
  • 7 - Reviewing and Configuring a Project on GitHub
  • Configuring a Repository
  • Adding Collaborators
  • Creating Organizations
  • Managing Teams
  • Introducing Issues
  • 8 - Merging, Rebasing and Resolving Conflicts
  • Merging Branches
  • Git diff and Commit Ranges
  • Working with Merge Conflicts
  • Merge Strategies
  • Introduction to Rebasing
  • Rebasing Branches
  • Reverting and Fixing Bad Commits
  • Hands-on Lab Session
  • Actual course outline may vary depending on offering center. Contact your sales representative for more information.

    Who is it For?

    Target Audience

    This course is designed for developers who want to learn about Git and GitHub.

    Learning Git and GitHub

    $1,495
    Course Length : 2 Days (16 Hours)
     

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