Welcome to this course about Version Control.
Once you’ve learned the basics of development, It’s important to know how to work effectively with other developers. In this course, you will learn how modern software developers collaborate across the world without messing up each other's code. You will look at the different version control systems and how to create an effective software development workflow. You will be introduced to some of the most commonly used Linux commands that you can use to work with files on your hard drive and create powerful workflows that will automate your work, saving you time and effort. Finally, you will see how Git can be used in software development projects to manage team files—and you will create a repository that can manage code revisions. By the end of this course, you will be able to: • Implement Version Control systems. • Navigate and configure using the command line. • Manage code revisions. • Create and use a GitHub repository. For the final project, you will demonstrate your knowledge of project management in GitHub by performing tasks such as forking and cloning a repository, updating a file, and pushing updates to a repository. This is a beginner course for learners who wish to prepare themselves for collaborative work with other developers. To succeed in this course, you do not need prior web development experience, only basic internet navigation skills and an eagerness to get started with coding.