Advanced Git, methodologies and workflows
- Be able to use the advanced features of Git. Understand the various methodologies and be able to use them in the appropriate situations.
- QA engineers
- DevOps engineers
- Automation engineers
- Duration of the course is typically 8 academic hours. One full day or two half-days.
- The course includes approximately 40% hands-on lab work.
- Assuming that the audience already knows the basics of git: (commit, log, push, pull, branch, merge)
- Bring your own computer where you already have Git-SCM installed and where you have the rights to install new software.
- stash, to allow for quick switching of work.
- rebase, to make history smoother.
- bisect, to quickly find the change that broke the code.
- Revert changes
- Cherry Picking
- Interactive commit
- Interactive rebase
- Squashing commits
- Advanced log history searches
- Building custom command using aliases
- Fix failed and abandoned merge
Introducing several methodologies, discussing the advantages and disadvantages of them.
- Single master centralized workflow.
- Short feature branches.
- Long feature branches with frequent rebase.
- GitFlow (feature branches, bug-fix branches, development branch, release branch)
- Forking workflow with multiple remote repositories.
- Working with Pull-requests.
If you would like to bring this course to your organization, let's talk about it! You can reach me via email at email@example.com or you can go ahead and schedule a chat: