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On Apr 17 Carsten Gräf wrote:
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On Feb 21 Alex Soto wrote:
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On Feb 14 Cavendish McKay wrote: A good reference, but a bit heavy for my needs.
I’m glad to have this book on my (virtual) shelf, and I learned some things from reading it. I’m sure I’ll go back to it as a reference, but for the most part, my needs are simple enough that it was overkill. For people who are diving in to a large scale project, or want to get a handle on git’s internals, I think it could be very useful. Full Review  >

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On Feb 5 Konrad Garus wrote: Must read!
There are reasons why Git has become so popular, but the first encounter with it can a bit overwhelming. Even if you kind of learn how to do basic things, it's not uncommon to feel like we're only scratching the surface. The typical reaction when something slightly less typical is needed often sounds like: "There be dragons!" Full Review  >

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On Jan 13 Tushar Jain wrote: One in all
Version Control with Git is an attempt to one book for reference, tutorial and manual. Full Review  >

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On Aug 13 Kathy Brown wrote: Comprehensive book for all you ever wanted to know about Git
For all you ever wanted to know about Git. From A to Z and letters you didn't even know existed in between. Full Review  >

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On Sep 3 Jonathan Moore wrote:
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On Jul 22 Sairam Kunala wrote: git on
The book starts off with the origins on how Git started and the big guns, one of the biggest distributed open source software, The Linux Kernel, uses it. Full Review  >

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On Jan 15 Michal Konrad Owsiak wrote: Solid introduction, well written
Have you heard about Git but not sure what is it? This book will give you nearly complete explanation of what Git is all about. In my personal opinion, one of the best introductions to Git. Ever. Full Review  >

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On Dec 26 Przemysław Dąbek wrote: Git inside out
Version Control with Git is an awesome book. Authors explain things thoroughly. They also have a good sense of humour and it makes reading much more pleasant... Full Review  >

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On Nov 10 Kyle Lewis wrote: Version Control with Git by Jon Loeliger and Matthew McCullough
Version Control with Git is a collection of experiences and wisdom about using Git in a variety of situations. It reads as somewhere between technical manual pages and friendly parlance, which I think for many developers will be what they need. Because Git is open source and there is an… Full Review  >

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On Nov 5 Gary Gragg wrote: Version Control with Git by Loeliger & McCullough
Version Control with Git is written to help those familiar with a Unix/Linux command line shell learn to use Git from the command line. Each chapter covers a topic so to some degree the chapters can be read out of … Continue reading → Full Review  >

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On Oct 29 Kenta Hood wrote:
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On Oct 7 Eric Chou wrote: [Book Review] Version Control with Git
Book Review for Version Control with Git: Powerful tools and techniques for collaborative software development This is the first time I look at Git as a basic tool to help me keep my scripts in order. I don't code for living, all the places I have been to already has… Full Review  >

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On Sep 27 David Hayden wrote: Lots of Detail on Git
This book will get you up and running with the basic concepts of Git to make you productive immediately while also giving you an excellent reference book with lots of detail on the inner-workings and less obvious features of Git. Includes a nice overview of GitHub for those interested in the social coding aspects of GitHub. Full Review  >

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On Sep 20 Jeffery Rine wrote: Hits a Home Run! Learn Git with Clear Concise Examples
The book starts with the basics and works up to progressively complex techniques. Start here on your way to being a Git power user. Great job guys! Full Review  >

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On Sep 18 Jason Armstrong wrote: Review: Version Control with Git
Already having a background in advanced usage of ClearCase, CVS, and SVN, I picked up Version Control with Git by Jon Loeliger and Matthew McCullough (O’Reilly publisher) to understand how Git could help me solve some of the feature challenges … Continue reading → Full Review  >

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