Git Training


Duration: 2 Days

Git has advanced and matured to be easy to use and yet preserve these initial qualities. It’s extremely fast, it’s very proficient with large projects, and it has an implausible branching system for non-linear development The important thing to appreciate about Git is that it thinks about version control very differently than Subversion or Perforce or whatever SCM.

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Git is considered to be the Version Control System for getting the status of the changes occuring in the files or directories encountered in the complete Application. Git Corporate Training primarily focuses on the concept for installing Git on any of the Operating System and performing basic configuration making the Application completely specific to control repository. The Git Corporate Training includes the information about the local repository creation, files adding concept, and changes commitment are easily performed by the developers using the Git Corporate Training. The concept of Commiting is the major functionality introduced basically in GIT Corporate Training which generally helps the developers to deal with Continuous Integration for the Application. On the completion of Git Corporate Training, the developers can easily gain access to renaming and deleting files and directories for the application that has been created by the developers on any of the leading platform.


  • Learn the Version control system and recording changes to a file or set of files over time so that you can recall precise versions later.
  • Advanced way of version control than Subversion or Perforce or whatever SCM.

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Day 1

1. Understanding Version Control

2. Getting started with Git

3. Git Object Types

4. Git Data Model

5. Branching and Merging

6. Tree in Git

7. Git Directory

8. Working Directory

9. Index

10. Non-SCM Uses of Git

11. Setting Up user profile

Day 2

1. Normal Workflow with Git

2. Log in Git

3. Browsing Git

4. Searching Git

5. Git Diff

6. Rebasing

7. Stashing

8. Tagging

9. Exporting Git

10. Distributed Workflow in Git

11. Sharing Repositories

12. Hosted Repositories


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