Git is the most commonly used version control system. Git tracks the changes you make to files, so you have a record of what has been done, and you can revert to specific versions should you ever need to. Git also makes collaboration more manageable, allowing changes by multiple people to be merged into one source.
The 5 free resources to learn Git are as follows:
1. Practical Git for Everyday Professional Use
As modern web developers, we are likely to use Git daily. It’s a great distributed version control system, and with only a few commands in our toolbelt, it is pretty powerful and convenient.
In this course, users will learn the basics of using Git, as well as some more advanced commands that are useful!
Created by Trevor Miller.
2. Pro Git Book by Scott Chacon and Ben Straub
The complete Git guide. This is the digital version of a book that is published by Scott Chacon and Ben Straub. The book starts by explaining version control with a short history of Git, and throughout the book, everything related to Git is explained in detail.
Created by Scott Chacon and Ben Straub.
3. Git guru guide by Atlassian
Online tutorial that not only helps beginners to start version control through Git but also helps developers migrate from other version control systems to Git. It is a helpful website for both beginners and advanced users.
Created by Atlassian.
4. Git- Simple Guide
A very entertaining and straightforward guide written in simple words. Easy to understand and practical. It also provides a cheat sheet by which Git can be used easily. The usage of large fonts, diagrams, and screenshots makes this article all the more appealing.
Created by Roger Dudler.
5. Learn Git Branching
A very beautifully crafted interactive web app that teaches Git from basics to advanced level. You can set your level on a scale of 1–9 and learn accordingly.
Created by Peter Cottle.
Originally posted at raftlabs.co