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What!? Not using Git yet?

Bart Trojanowski (bart@jukie.net)

Git is a distributed source code management (dSCM) tool started by Linus Torvalds and currently maintained by Junio C Hamano. While Git was originally written with the intent to track the rapid development of the Linux kernel, it has been picked up by a large number of prominent projects. While initially being a bit rough around the edges, Git's popularity forced it to improve in the areas of usability and documentation.

This tutorial will demonstrate from basic to intermediate use cases of Git, and cover some internal details of how Git does what it does so well.



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