In the ever-evolving world of software development, mastering the art of version control is a non-negotiable skill. Git, a distributed version control system, is a fundamental tool that every developer must get comfortable with. It allows multiple people to work on the same project without stepping on each other’s toes, and it keeps a history of all changes, making it easier to track and undo modifications. This post will delve into 23 advanced Git techniques and commands that can help you become more efficient and productive.
This tutorial aims to provide an in-depth introduction to version control systems using git and GitHub. It is designed to equip you with the necessary skills to effectively use these tools, regardless of your experience level.
We will use the ⌨️ Command Line Interface (CLI) (i.e. Bash for Windows and Terminal in MacOS) to perform essential command line techniques. In case you want to learn how to use git with GitHub Desktop, please refer to the slides below.