9 comments

  • Shane McCleeryShane McCleery, over 6 years ago

    Did it, and still have no idea wtf I'm doing.

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  • Catalin CimpanuCatalin Cimpanu, over 6 years ago

    Give this link to Frank Chimero... I heard he was having trouble with Git :))))

    1 point
  • Mitch WarrenMitch Warren, over 6 years ago (edited over 6 years ago )

    Nice! Great tutorial. I think you've sold me on Code School too, hehe

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  • Kay BronKay Bron, over 6 years ago (edited over 6 years ago )

    I can also recommend the tutorial from git-tower posted a few weeks ago. I'm on the track now and quite positive about it.

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    • Clay MacTavishClay MacTavish, over 6 years ago (edited over 6 years ago )

      I say stay away from git GUI's. If you want to really become marketable, at least as a front end dev, and proficient down the road, learning the command line is huge. It is a great skill to have that will spill over into other areas up and down the web stack.

      I've found that most GUI's are buggy and omit important messages especially when troubleshooting.

      Git was my gateway into command line. Now I absolutely hate using anything else for large file transfers (wget), copying directories (scp), etc.

      However, if you go that route, Tower is the best GUI in my opinion.

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      • Kay BronKay Bron, over 6 years ago

        I agree. But their tutorial is based on the command line, not the GUI. Git was also for me the gateway to Bash. I now know the basics so I'm happy about that :)

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  • Dirk HCM van BoxtelDirk HCM van Boxtel, over 6 years ago

    Shweet. Gonna work through this later this week. Started with git a while back, but could do with a re-fresh. Haven't been coding much lately.

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  • Joe Blau, over 6 years ago

    I find http://pcottle.github.io/learnGitBranching/ a lot better for learning. The visual representation helps out a lot and it's more in-depth.

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