I have been using Git for years now and I am still a novice user. Actually, if you are an individual developer or work in a really small team, you don’t really need to go beyond using the basic stuff like cloning a repo, committing code, branching and pushing back to the origin repo. And that’s exactly what happened with me. Working alone most of the times and working in my own repos. I never felt the need to explore advanced usage.

Last week, we didn’t have internet at home for like four days. So, I thought I’ll read a book. I downloaded ProGit : The Free Git Book and started reading. It’s an awesomely written book. I learned a lot of new things about Git. A few more concept about using branches efficiently. If you are a Git beginner or looking forward to getting started with Git and you don’t like reading too much, I’ll suggest that you read at least first three chapters thoroughly. That along with a free GitHub account should be enough to get you going if you are not going to be a heavy Git user soon.

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1 rafuru May 17, 2012 at 11:11 AM

Git it’s a great version control system :) , i’m a newbie on git too i’m learning with Pro git book and some tutorials on github.

You can also make tests on github .

Greetings :) i’m reading your articles from fedora planet RSS.

2 Amit May 17, 2012 at 1:05 PM

ProGit is indeed a great book. +1.

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