Your Real-World Git Cheat Sheet
Nov 05, 2015, 15:00 (0 Talkback[s])
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The Git version control system is pretty nice, a useful evolution from Subversion, CVS, and other older version control systems. It's especially strong for distributed development, as you can work disconnected and not have to depend on the availability of a central server.
It's also more complex than older VCS, and experienced users have their favorite ways of doing things that they think should be your favorites, too, even if they can't explain them very well.