Git In-depth Wrapping Up "Git In-Depth"
Transcript from the "Wrapping Up "Git In-Depth"" Lesson
>> Nina: Finally, the slide you've all been waiting for. It's the end. We're done. We have done a massive whirlwind tour of git, we've talked about how to make your repository neat and clean with rebase, we've talked about best practices, like not pushing change history to shared repositories. We have learned how do you fix our mistakes when we mess up.
[00:00:28] And I think at this point, after today, you can truly consider yourself a GIT master. So I am going to congratulate you on that, but also feel slightly sorry for you because now you are the person in the office that everyone is going to come to when they have GIT questions, so thank you so much for your time.
[00:00:49] This was Advanced GIT for Frontend Masters. If you need to get in touch, my Twitter handle is @nnja. If you have questions, you can email me personally. I'll get back to you. My email address is firstname.lastname@example.org. And a note for those of you in class who participated today and online.
[00:01:12] There is some extra material in the slides and a few extra exercises. So if you'd like to, you can go ahead and check those out. I am going to end up posting a shorter version of the slides after today. Thank you all so much.