“I like screencasts. A well-made screencast can explain complex
concepts more effectively than a written document. Watching a
screencast about a topic you’re trying to learn is like having a
friendly expert by your side, showing you what you need to know.
Recently, I stumbled upon PeepCode’s screencast about Git.
“Buzz about the Git version control system is growing. Most
famously, Git is used to manage the Linux kernel project, but Git
is also growing in popularity as the preferred tool for managing
all sorts of projects, ranging from software source code to
websites to wikis and beyond. The Git website itself, for example,
is managed with Git. And a git-backed ikiwiki can even function as
a lightweight bug tracking system…”