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CCATP #684 – Bart Busschots on PBS #115 of X – The Push & Pull of Git

When Bart started this mini-series within a series on using Git for version control, he explained that our journey would be in three Phases. Phase 1 was the section where we learned about local repositories, and Phase two was dedicated to learning how to have multiple repositories just for ourselves. In this lesson, we finish up Phase 2 by learning how to push and pull changes from our imaginary desktop to our imaginary NAS to our imaginary laptop and back. I slowed down the class a few times with some confusion I had, but Bart always claims that my confusion often helps other people who might be hung up on the same thing. I enjoyed myself immensely, even when I was confused!

We are about to enter Phase 3 where we will learn how to collaborate with others. We’ll be doing this collaboration using Github, because it’s pretty much the defacto home for most open source projects. When you’re done listening to PBS #115 and studying the shownotes, you might want to get yourself a Github account so you can be ready for the next lesson.

As always you can find Bart’s fabulous tutorial shownotes for this lesson at pbs.bartificer.net/…

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