Find out what sets Git apart from the more traditional, centralized version controls systems and how it can work for you.
Since its inception in 2005, Git continues to grow as the de facto standard for version control in both local and distributed environments. With its beginnings rooted in the open source community, and Linus Torvald’s original authorship, Git’s many features encompass social-driven collaboration that exceeds that of other version control systems.
In this Refcard, you’ll learn about:
Why Get Git?
Create a Repo
Typical Local Workflow
The Remote Workflow … and More!
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