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Git for Windows: Step-By-Step Mastery using Commands and GUI


Introduction :
Welcome
Audience and Approach
About the Instructor
Why Source Control
How Git Works
Command Line Start

Installation :
Overview
System Setup
Chrome
Command Line
Git for Windows
Git Help
Git Configuration
Installation Notes

Git Bash :
Overview
Getting Around
Command Help
Files and Folders
Vi Survival Guide
Projects

Quick Start :
Overview
GitHub Account
GitHub Repository
Clone
First Commit
Edit Files
Push Back to GitHub

Command Shell :
Overview
Command Prompt
Notepad
Start Locally
First Commit
Going Remote
PowerShell

Text Editor :
Overview
Atom Install
Atom Fonts
Atom with Git
Using Atom
Atom and Windows

Basics :
Overview
Setup SSH
Working with Remotes
Start Local with an Existing Project
Recursive Add
Delete
Rename
Git Log
Aliases
Ignore Unwanted File
Backout Changes
Going Remote to GitHub

Compare :
Overview
Install Diff and Merge Tool
The Setup
Comparing Differences
Compare Previous Changes
Git Show
Compare Previous Commits
Compare Remote Changes
Just a bit of Cleanup

Branching :
Overview
Easy Branching
No Fast Forward Merges
Automatic Merges
Merge Conflicts
Delete Branches
GitHub Fork
GitHub Branch
Pull Request
Pull Request Conflict
GitHub Delete

Git GUI :
Overview
Git GUI Start
Git GUI Tools
Git GUI with Existing Repo
Git GUI with New Repo
Backing out Changes
Git GUI with GitHub
Clone with Git GUI
Local Branches
Remote Branches
Git GUI Blame
Git Configuration

Windows Shell and Tortoise Git :
Overview
Windows Shell Integration
Tortoise Git Install
Settings
Working With Repositories
Commits
Modifications
Push Changes to GitHub
Working Locally
Backout Changes
Clone Repository
Branching
Conflict Resolution Part 1
Conflict Resolution Part 2
Remote Branches
Pull Request
History
Comparing Differences