Table of Contents
Learn how to use Git, a version tracking software for programming projects used by nearly all professional software engineers.
Learn about the history of git, as well as how to install it and configure global settings through our Git tutorials for beginners series.
Learn about the inception of Git, and how it came about.
Learn how git and other version control management systems work.
Learn how to install Git so you can use it via the command line. We'll go over how to install by source, and on all three platforms - Windows, Mac OS X and Linux.
Learn how to get set up with git by configuring your global settings.
Learn the fundamental commands of using git through our tutorial for beginners.
Learn about the three states (modified/untracked, staged and committed) that Git views your files in. Also learn about the three areas (working directory, staging area, git directory) of Git.
Learn how to initialize a Git repository or clone one off GitHub. Also learn about the useful git status subcommand.
Learn about the add and commit subcommands that allow Git to track and take a snapshot of your progress.