Although there is a plethora of Source and Revision Control options around today, only one was created by our favorite Linux author Mr. Linus Torvalds and that would be Git. Right here, we are announcing the availability of the Linuxacademy.com course called Git and Gitlab: From Start to Finish so sign up or sign in and wade into the deep end of the pool.Git BasicsWe will start out this course of more than 24 videos with the basics of using Git for your revision control activities. Whether you are working with local repositories or a Git server remotely, you will get a feel for the following topics:
- Initializing Repositories
- Adding Files
- Committing Changes
- Cloning Local and Remote Repositories
- …and more!
Team Collaboration – Hosted RepositoriesNo course on Git would be complete without talking about the myriad of online (pay or free) third party Git repository hosting companies. During this part of the course, we will talk about how to sign up for Atlassian’s Bitbucket as well as Github and what the difference offerings consist of, both for free and what the paid options are.Additionally, we will show you how to work with these repositories, including cloning, secure SSH key exchange and checking your changes back in securely. Finally, we will walk you through some of the team collaboration options that you get with each package and how to work on source code in a large group correctly.Gitlab – Roll Your Own Online RepositoryWe will cover