We’re very pleased to announce the beta release of our latest book: Goal-Oriented Git.
If you want to learn how to use Git without worrying too much about what’s going on under the hood, then this book is for you.
Every chapter will take something that Git can do for you—from tracking changes, to searching your files, to collaborating with others—and explain practically how to achieve that goal. We won’t just stick to the basics: the goal of this book is to teach you a working set of Git commands that can get you through most day-to-day situations.
As with our other beta books, this is a work in progress. You may find errors, but you’ll also be able to ask questions and help to shape the book’s development. You’ll get a $10 discount on the final price, and regular updates as we write more chapters.
If you need help deciding to
commit, you can download a free
sample from the book. Hopefully that will give you a
push in the
right direction, and you’ll
checkout the beta (sorry for the puns,
I have only myself to