Join Ray Villalobos for an in-depth discussion in this video What you should know, part of Up and Running with Git and GitHub.
- Up and Running with Git and GitHub is not a beginner course. It's meant to be a fast and practical introduction to most of the commands you'll use when working with Git and GitHub. I expect you to know how to work with your file system, have some experience creating web projects, and understand how to work with the Terminal application on a Mac, and something like Git Bash on a PC. If you need help understanding Terminal commands then check out Unix for Mac OS X Users with Kevin Skoglund. You may also want to take a look at Up and Running with Bash Scripting with Scott Simpson.
If you're looking for a really detailed and comprehensive introduction to Git, then please check out Git Essential Training. However, if you're a graphic designer who is interested in working with GitHub using a graphical user interface, then check out GitHub for Web Designers with James Williamson. But if you're looking for a quick and fast-paced introduction to the most common Git commands and want to learn how to work with existing Git repositories, then you're in the right place. So let's get started, Up and Running with Git and GitHub.
Want to explore Git and GitHub in more depth? Watch Git Essential Training for more comprehensive coverage of these tools.