Learn how to use the git-rm command to remove accidental additions to your Git repository.
Chad Thompson is a software developer and DevOps specialist with nearly 20 years of experience creating web applications and supporting web infrastructure. Recently, Chad has been embracing and implementing “infrastructure as code” applications and supporting customer facing web, API, and mobile apps. Chad has devoted his expertise to leading organizations in transforming applications and processes, first for the web and now the cloud. Holding a master’s degree in physics from the University of Iowa, Chad has been creating web applications since the early days of HTML and is certified in Puppet, Oracle, and Amazon Web Services technologies.
Learn how to create local copies of remote branches so that you can make local changes in Git.
Learn how to overwrite changes to your local repository with the reset command in Git.
Learn how to view the history of a branch using the “git log” command and perform a checkout in Git.
Learn how to resolve a conflict, mark the change as resolved, and commit the branch to the repository with Git.
Learn how to rename a branch using the -m flag in Git.