Git is the preferred version control system of DevOps engineers and many software developers. Git is a distributed system, you can do everything on your workstation disconnected from the rest of the world and sync later with a remote repository to share your changes with your teammates.
The Git application runs, and the repository is maintained on your workstation. GitHub, Bitbucket, and other providers only store and share your repository, and provide authentication service to allow or prevent others to view and update your repository. The web user interface of these providers also contains search and comparison tools.
- Install Git on Windows
- Git configuration
- Using Git
- Use two GitHub accounts on the same computer
- How to edit the GitHub README.md file
- Custom Git Status and Git Pull commands to work with all of your repositories
- Add SSH key access to a GitHub repository
- How to switch between GitHub accounts on your workstation
- Display all teams you belong to in GitHub
- How to change a Git commit message after push