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Git for Humans by David Demaree

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CONCLUSION

IN THIS BOOK, we’ve covered everything from the difficulty of revising writing carved in stone to tips for how best to take advantage of a detached HEAD. Along the way, we’ve learned a few things about Git: what commits are made of, how each commit is a whole version of your work, and how commits, along with remotes, branches, and other stuff, come together to create a wild new landscape of things that—good news!—you now need to worry about in your daily work. I’ll understand if you’ve ended up here, at the end of not-the-shortest book in the A Book Apart series, still harboring at least a few questions about Git.

That’s okay! We’ve only scratched—by design—the surface of what Git is capable of. It’s less important for you to come ...

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