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Git

Git has taken the software development world by storm. A fast, malleable, and feature-rich version control system, Git quickly won over a huge number of open source developers. In the following years, it was adopted by companies small and large. By making branches cheap and providing the tools to create and data-mine version history, Git changed the way teams related to their version control system. At the same time, Git comes with a steep learning curve. Git may have a simple representation of history, but the commands used to interact with Git can feel bewildering.

Edument’s courses can help. Crafted by passionate and experienced Git users, these courses not only offer an insight into how Git thinks about version history. They are also packed to the seams with practical advice. Whether you’re just getting started or have been using Git for years but have never felt quite comfortable, we have the training you need.

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Introduction to Git

Git is an increasingly popular open source version control system that improves productivity and takes the pain out of branching and merge conflicts. This course gives you a solid foundation in the use of Git, and a look under the hood.

Category: Git
Delivery dates:
Stockholm:  24 Sep
Malmö:  14 Jun 8 Oct 5 Dec
1 days | 12 500 SEK Read more and book

Advanced Git

This course will take your Git knowledge to the next level. It fuses a deeper look into how Git really works with a range of carefully selected practical techniques and advice on best practices.

Category: Git
Delivery dates:
Stockholm:  1 Oct
Malmö:  25 Jun 15 Oct 10 Dec
2 days | 21 500 SEK Read more and book

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