Preface

Most organizations involved with software development make use of version control. However, despite it being so useful, developers often think of version control as a separate skill, and only learn the bare minimum to get by, or put off learning version control until absolutely necessary. This is to miss out on some of the powerful utilities that version control provides.

This book is about Git―a free, open-source version control system. The aim of this book is to help beginners get up and running with version control quickly, and then to take a deeper dive into its mechanics if they so desire.

Who Should Read This Book

This book is suitable for anyone interested in managing multiple revisions of code, data and documents. It's ideal ...

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