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This is going to be a very short blogpost, but I just wanted to share some information about learning Git. When I started doing mobile app development with Xamarin about a year ago, I also needed to make the switch from TFS to Git. I never did a very large project with Git so the… Continue reading Learning Git

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By Thomas Van den Bossche · 6/30/2016 6:18:04 PM (Original Post)

This is going to be a very short blogpost, but I just wanted to share some information about learning Git.
When I started doing mobile app development with Xamarin about a year ago, I also needed to make the switch from TFS to Git.

I never did a very large project with Git so the knowledge I had at that point was from reading some blog posts and tutorials and trying some samples.
So when I had to opportunity to finally use it on a bigger project I really wanted to learn the more “advanced” stuff.

At the beginning I learned the basic Git commands to really get familiar with it and tried to learn some new commands along the way.
There were also some technical sessions (thank you @wardpeet!) at my current customer which introduced me to some new concepts and viewing the following Pluralsight courses were a big help as well!

  • How Git works
    This course is for developers and system administrators who want to really understand Git. Whether you just started using Git, or you’ve been using it every day for months – this course will give you the knowledge you need to become a Git master.
  • Git Advanced tips and tricks
    Get the most out of Git by exploring its lesser-known features to take your daily workflow to the next level. This course teaches you how to find a good workflow, track commits, and even debug.

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By Thomas Van den Bossche · 6/30/2016 6:18:04 PM (Original Post)

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