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git in 1 minute

Posted on: July 4, 2012

After I came back from vacation, alas, my team members changed our source control system from svn to git. While I have always wanted to learn git for two years, now it is really thrown upon my face 🙂 I discovered git tutorials and git books are better written (more understandable) than two years ago when I tried the first time late 2009. At that time they were using indexing instead of staging area and i am not sure after reading and experimenting i really got what indexing was for.

Now it is all different. Here is a great summary of Git in 5 minutes.

This page of the tutorial that comes with git is really helpful when you merge branches.

Hence, this is ‘Git in 1 minute’ 🙂

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