Introduction to Git

By: AICTE
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Duration: 6 Weeks

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Course Name: GIT Introduction Course

By Prof Kannan Moudgalya - Principal Investigator of Spoken Tutorial Project

Git manages the changes in documents, computer programs and web sites etc. It provides a historical record of what you have done over time. It allows developers to work collaboratively. In Git, conflicts can be easily resolved using the suggestions given by Git itself. If there is loss of data, it can be restored from any of the client repositories.


The Spoken Tutorial effort for Git is being contributed by Priya K and coordinated by Nancy Varkey from Spoken Tutorial Project, IIT Bombay.  The domain expertise was provided by Dr Bama Srinivasan, Assistant Professor, Department of Information Science and Technology, CEG Campus, Anna University, Chennai.


Learners: UG/PG CSE/IT/CS students, working professionals.

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About GIT

Git was developed by Linus Torvalds in 2005. Git is a distributed version control software. It is a widely used source code management system for software development. It is free and open source software(FOSS). It is useful for Programmers, Web developers, Project managers, Writers and many others. Anyone working with text files, sheets, design files, drawings, etc., can use Git to track versions.


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This course comprises 10 audio-video spoken tutorials, using which you can self-learn Git version control with ease.

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