location_city Virtual Platform schedule Sep 12th 02:00 - 03:30 PM place Online Meeting 3 people 30 Interested

Copying of files in a time-stamped directory or by renaming the files itself is often used to keep older versions. This approach is very common because it looks so simple in the first place, but it is actually incredibly error prone.
In today’s world of CI/CD pipelines where new versions of our production and test code has to be checked out at speed, it is unthinkable to have such a version control system in place. So what are you waiting for? Let’s go and get a proper version control system in place for your CI/CD pipelines. But not only the selection and usage of a version control system makes you knowledgeable, no, learning by making frugal experiments, failing, pairing and explaining it to others is what makes you a brave explorer and brings you to success.

Start using the version control System Git can be daunting and frustrating. But knowing how Git works and how to use it to your advantage in your unique context is getting more and more essential if not even crucial. Especially if you want to work with CI/CD and take care collaboratively on the productive and test automation codebase in your team, you have to know Git.
It is a long way to the top if you want to Rock ‘n’ Roll with Git and this workshop is the perfect start for it. In 90 minutes you will learn how to use the basic commands on the command line.

Whether you have just started working with Git or want to refresh your existing basic knowledge or you are a novice and eager to learn it, this power workshop is for you. Come in and explore what Git feels like.

 
 

Outline/Structure of the Workshop

You will learn the basic Git concepts based on a funny storyline!

Learning Outcome

By the end of this workshop, you will be able to:

  • Install and configure Git on a machine
  • Describe the fundamental concepts of Git
  • Create you first commit and push it to a remote repository

Target Audience

Beginners

Prerequisites for Attendees

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