— 2016 —

Global Developer Report

By GitLab

An introduction to the leading version control system

Summary

Distributed version control systems (DVCS), like Git, are regarded as the most important development tools by developers. They’ve told us that Git enables them to work together and ship faster, suggesting that managers have a real incentive to help their teams over the initial obstacle imposed by Git’s learning curve — we’re here to show you how.

 GitLab developer advocate Amanda Folson will show step by step how you can start using Git and GitLab, and she’ll make the case for just how much your team stands to gain. By the end of the webcast, we hope you’ll have the information you need to git init.

She will cover:

A brief history of Git, and why it’s the most popular DVCS among developers

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Getting Started with Git

How to setup a Git repository, add GitLab as a remote, create a project and make your first commit

Basic principles of the Git workflow, and how GitLab can help your team work together to ship better features, faster

A few suggestions for mastering the basic commands and arguments of Git

Meet the Presenter

Amanda began her career as a technical writer and consultant. She went to her first conference in 2011, which is when she decided that she wanted to take a more active role in community building. The rest was history. When she's not on the road, you'll find her nose-deep in a book or wrangling code for some obscure project or another.

Amanda Folson
Developer Advocate | GitLab

If your organization is using a legacy system, it can be intimidating to make the switch. But there’s a reason why Git is the clear favorite for developing software today. Register now to join us on June 14!

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