Git is a version-control system used to track changes in code or other files. It is designed to enable collaboration, allowing multiple developers to contribute changes to a code base by providing a way to seamlessly merge these changes.In this course, you'll learn the essentials of Git, as well as some of the less well known tips and tricks! By the time you've finished, you'll be able to use Git effectively to track your work and collaborate with others.
This course focuses on hands-on application of what you learn, so as you progress, you'll be guided through a series of projects that will help solidify your new skills!
Some experience with using the terminal and Linux are recommended, but not required.