Getting Started with Git

Aug 14 2023 · git 2.28, console

Part 1: Getting Started with Git

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You’ve covered a ton in this course. You started from the beginning and learned what a version control system is and why we use it. If you ever get confused, try to think back to the Google docs example. A single Google doc is acting as a container for all the edits users make in a single document. Similarly, a repo is a container for all the changes to those files in your project. Git is managing all the relationships and changes to those files for you.