The practical application of a distributed version control system such as Git quickly makes it clear that more than just the available commands and functions are new. This break with old concepts leads to new approaches, especially in the areas of workflows and best practices.
The seminar provides an introduction and presents participants with typical working methods for Git. It also shows how you can freely define your own workflows using Git, which best practices have proved their worth in the enterprise environment and how the existing working methods can be transferred to Git in a meaningful way.

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  • Duration

    2  days
  • Goal

    • Secure the success of your software projects through the use of the distributed SCM system Git
    • The training will provide the typical working processes from Git using many exercises and examples
    • Learn how to use typical workflows in the context of distributed version management
    • Target group

      Developers who want to take advantage of distributed version management in their everyday projects.

    • Contents

      Introduction to Version Management with Git

      • Creation of Git in the context of Linux Kernel development
      • Basic terms: repository, commit, tag, branch and merge
      • Meaning of release management
      • Comparison with a centralized approach using the example Subversion

      Versioning Files with Git

      • Creating a repository (Init)
      • Basic version management workflow (Add, Commit)
      • Examining changes (Log)
      • Creating development branches (Branches, Merge) and versions (Tags)

      Advanced Topics

      • Communication between repositories (Clone, Fetch, Pull, Push)
      • Implementing a central repository (Bare Repository)
      • Advanced Git features (Rebase, Cherry Pick, Stash, Reflog, Diff)
      • Modifying/undoing changes (Amend Commit, Revert)
      • Resetting the work area and development branches (Reset)
      • Recurring schemes of various Git commands (Refspecs, Version Ranges, etc.)

      Concepts and Tooling

      • Git and CVS/Subversion
      • Overview of common graphics clients (Git GUI, Atlassian SourceTree, Eclipse EGit, TortoiseGit)
      • Options for repository hosting (GitHub, Bitbucket, Atlassian Bitbucket, Gitblit, Gitolite, etc.)
      • Server access via http/https/SSH

      Best Practices and Terms

      • Separation of concerns
      • Commit early & commit often
      • Topic branches
      • Merge vs. Rebase
      • Up vs Down Merge
      • Fork vs Branch
      • Pull requests and their management (keyword gatekeeper)
      • Integrating code reviews into the workflow

      Gitflow as a Branching and Workflow Concept

      • Tasks of development branches (branching model)
      • Procedure and workflow for implementing changes
      • Tool support (e.g. in Sourcetree)

      Advanced Concepts and Enhancements

      • Nesting repositories (submodules)
      • Structuring and optimizing repositories
      • Shadow clones
      • Sparse checkouts
      • GIT repository internals
      • Merge strategies
    • Requirements

      Basic computer skills. Experience with other version management tools such as version management with SVN or CVS is an advantage but not a requirement.

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