These lessons on Git have been produced by Alex Hedley for Developer Learning Zone. What is Git?
Git is a popular version control system used for managing source code and other files in software development projects. It was created by Linus Torvalds in 2005 as an open-source project and is now widely used by developers all over the world.
Git allows multiple developers to work on the same codebase simultaneously and keep track of changes made to the code. It also provides a way to roll back changes to previous versions, collaborate with other developers on the same project, and maintain a history of changes made to the code.
Git uses a distributed model, which means that each developer has a local copy of the codebase on their own machine, and changes are pushed and pulled between these copies as needed. This allows developers to work offline and makes it easier to manage code changes across different branches of a project.
Overall, Git has become an essential tool for modern software development, and many companies and organizations rely on it to manage their codebase effectively.
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