What exactly is a commit? In this video, learn the anatomy of a commit.
with making commits and learning some fun Git commands … I want to take some time … Now a lot of this happens behind the scenes … In fact, Git is doing a lot behind the scenes … To begin when you first open up a file … Git is tracking each one of these … Git refers to these individual changes as blobs. … Now most of the time you'll see that Git abbreviates … Now, as your project commit history increases Git may need … to add another character to the abbreviated version … When you're done making these changes in your file … it's time to add these changes from your … working directory to your staging area. … Git takes all of these individual blobs … from your working area and groups them together. … and this tree is made up of all of the individual blobs … that you've added. … Notice that this tree also has its own unique SHA1 hash ID. … At this point if you were to add a new blob to this tree … by staging your change it would change the overall tree ID … because the overall contents are now different. …
- Designing your delivery pipeline
- Enabling continuous integration (CI)
- Adding automated builds
- Making changes based on code reviews
- Adding unit testing
- Adding continuous delivery to your CI pipeline
- Examining commit relationships in Git
- Working with branches in Git
- Reverting changes
- Troubleshooting in Git
- Resolving merge conflicts
- Fine-tuning the GitHub flow
- Adopting an inner-source culture
Skill Level Intermediate
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1. The Modern Development Pipeline with GitHub
2. The Super Charged GitHub Flow in Action
3. Understanding How Git Works
4. Get Out of Anything with Git
5. Resolving Merge Conflicts
6. Customizing Your Workflows
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