Git/GitHub Configuration Management Training

Unlock the Full Potential of Modern Version Control
Why This Training?
In today's rapidly changing software development landscape, mastering efficient version control is non-negotiable. Git, coupled with GitHub, presents an industry-standard solution that ensures seamless collaboration and robust codebase management. This training isn't just about commands—it's about inculcating a version control culture, establishing productive workflows, and fostering collaborative coding best practices.
Duration: 3 Hours (online / virtual live session)

Who Should Attend?

 Developers: Whether you’re a newbie or seasoned professional, refine your version control skills.
 Project Managers: Gain insights into the software development workflow and improve project tracking.
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 Software Teams: Equip your team with the skills needed for synchronized development efforts.
 Students: Learn industry-standard tools and get a head start in the tech world.

Course Highlights

 Comprehensive exploration of Git, from basic commands to advanced features.
 Deep dive into GitHub's features like repositories, pull requests, and GitHub Actions.
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 Hands-on activities on branching, merging, and resolving conflicts.
 Insights into configuration management using Git.
 Real-world collaborative workflows and best practices.


 Basic understanding of software development.
 Familiarity with command-line tools is beneficial but not mandatory.

Training Materials Needed by Participants

A laptop or computer with Git installed.
A GitHub account (free or existing).
Internet connection for accessing GitHub and online resources.
A text editor (like Visual Studio Code, Atom, or Sublime Text).
Optional: Git GUI client (like GitHub Desktop) if preferred over command-line.
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Training Content

Git/GitHub Configuration Management Training

Session 1: Introduction to Git & GitHub

Understanding Version Control:
  • What is Version Control?
  • Importance in software development.
  • Centralized vs. Distributed Version Control Systems.
Getting Started with Git:
  • Installation & Setup.
  • Basic Git commands: init, status, add, commit.
  • Git configuration.
Introduction to GitHub:
  • What is GitHub and why use it?
  • Setting up a GitHub account.
  • Creating repositories.
  • Understanding the GitHub interface.

Session 2: Advanced Git Features & Workflow

Branching and Merging:
  • What is a branch?
  • Creating and switching between branches.
  • Merging branches.
  • Resolving merge conflicts.
Remote Repositories and Collaboration:
  • Cloning repositories.
  • Git pull and git push.
  • Setting up remotes.
  • Understanding fetch vs. pull.
Collaborative Workflows:
  • Forks and Pull Requests.
  • Code reviews on GitHub.
  • Collaboration best practices.

Session 3: Configuration Management & Best Practices

Configuration Management in Git:
  • Git configuration files (gitconfig).
  • Ignoring files using .gitignore.
  • Using Git hooks for automation.
GitHub Features for Project Management:
  • GitHub Issues.
  • Project boards.
  • GitHub Actions and CI/CD introduction.
Best Practices & Tips:
  • Commit message standards.
  • Regularly syncing with remote repositories.
  • Keeping a clean commit history (rebase, squash).
  • Utilizing tags and releases.
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