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Git course in Mianwali

Course Overview: Git
Course Description
This course offers a comprehensive introduction to Git, the widely-used version control system that helps developers manage code changes and collaborate on projects efficiently. Students will learn how to track changes, revert to previous states, branch, merge, and resolve conflicts. The course emphasizes hands-on practice to ensure students can effectively use Git in real-world scenarios.

Learning Objectives
By the end of the course, students will be able to:

Understand the fundamentals of version control and the role of Git.
Install and configure Git on their local machine.
Track changes and manage project history using Git commands.
Work with branches to develop new features independently.
Merge branches and resolve conflicts.
Collaborate with others using remote repositories.
Understand and apply best practices for Git workflows.
Use advanced Git features such as stashing, rebasing, and cherry-picking.
Course Outline
Module 1: Introduction to Version Control and Git
What is version control?
Benefits of using version control systems
Overview of Git and its history
Installing and configuring Git
Module 2: Getting Started with Git
Basic Git concepts: repository, commit, branch, and merge
Creating and initializing a Git repository
Basic Git workflow: staging and committing changes
Viewing the commit history
Understanding the working directory, staging area, and repository
Module 3: Working with Branches
Creating and switching branches
Understanding the HEAD pointer
Merging branches
Resolving merge conflicts
Branching strategies (feature branches, release branches, etc.)
Module 4: Remote Repositories
Understanding remote repositories
Cloning repositories
Pushing and pulling changes
Fetching and merging changes from remotes
Working with GitHub, GitLab, and other Git hosting services
Module 5: Collaborating with Git
Forking repositories
Creating and managing pull requests
Code review processes
Handling conflicts in collaborative environments
Best practices for team collaboration
Module 6: Advanced Git Techniques
Interactive rebasing
Cherry-picking commits
Using Git stash to manage work in progress
Bisecting to find bugs
Tagging releases
Module 7: Git Workflow and Best Practices
Understanding different Git workflows (Centralized, Feature Branch, Git Flow)
Crafting meaningful commit messages
Maintaining a clean commit history
Using .gitignore to manage untracked files
Automating workflows with Git hooks
Module 8: Project Work and Case Studies
Hands-on project: Setting up and managing a project with Git
Real-world case studies of Git usage in professional projects
Peer review and feedback sessions
Quizzes and assignments to reinforce learning.
Mid-course project to apply Git concepts.
Final project: Manage a collaborative project using Git.
Basic understanding of command-line interfaces.
No prior experience with Git is required.
Resources Provided
Course textbook and supplementary materials.
Access to online repositories for practice.
Online forums for discussion and support.

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