Git without Command Line

With the increase of software development, Version Control System (VCS) is not only the nice thing to have, but it is now a requirement expected as a Software Developer. 

The expansion and realization of the benefit of version control is now adopted to other discipline as well, from screen writing, copywriter, graphic design, web developer, technical documentation to name a few, and this list will keep on growing.

You don't want to be left behind for not knowing how to utilize a version control. And now with our course, learning about it doesn't need to be a difficult task anymore. This course is cater for the beginner and we use the User Interface version of Git to make the learning and understanding the concept of it much easier.

  • Do you ever need to save a file and re-saved it under a different name to keep track of your changes?
  • If your profession require you to work on the project where you need keep a copy of your old code?
  • Are you interested in learning about version control?
  • Do you feel intimidated with the command line in Git?
  • Is the concept of local and remote in version control confusing?

If you answer "Yes" to any of the question above, this course is for you.

In this course we will discuss all you need to know about Version Control. You don't need to own or purchase any software, we will download all the necessary software required for this course.

By the end of the course, you should feel comfortable on working with Git version control, and know how to perform all the backup and/or roll-back (revert) on your old files.

Instructor Information:
Hi, my name is Peter Gunardi.
I am working for one of the top logistic company in United States. In my work I have to juggle 4-5 different projects at the same time and each have the requirement to submit coding prototype to stakeholder for approval before moving on to the next phase of the development. Needless to say, I have to keep making copy of the same file over and over again, I ended up with:

Imagine having to keep track with hundred of  files from various projects. Then I start utilizing Git Version Control. But Git in itself has a pretty steep learning curve because of the command line interface.

Then I start utilizing GitKraken, the UI for Git.

That changed my life. No longer I need to keep track all my files, I'm not worried about accidently updating old files and lose the recent update anymore.

This combination, "Git, Github, and GitKraken" is truly a perfect solution for any developer, writer, student, pretty much anybody that need version control.

I am passionate to share what I found on this technology and hope that it will help you too. This has saved me hundreds of hours and it can benefit you too.