Git with Visual Studio Code

An introduction to Version Control using Git, GitHub and Visual Studio Code

Do you want to get stared quickly to use Git, right inside your favorite IDE, Visual Studio Code?

What you’ll learn

  • Introduction to Git.
  • Basic Git commands: status, comit, pull, push, merge.
  • Create a Git Repository.
  • Resolving commit conflicts.
  • Basic Visual Studio Code.
  • Use GitHub as remote.

Course Content

  • Introduction –> 3 lectures • 8min.
  • Git Basics –> 6 lectures • 20min.
  • Git in Visual Studio Code –> 7 lectures • 27min.
  • Ending Section –> 2 lectures • 1min.

Git with Visual Studio Code


Do you want to get stared quickly to use Git, right inside your favorite IDE, Visual Studio Code?

Then you are at the right place!

Welcome to my Git with Visual Studio Code course, where you will learn everything you need in order to keep track of your awesome projects!

Here you will learn only what you need, no extra content, because time is precious!

What can you expect from this course?

  • How you can install git
  • Practice basic git commands
  • An overview of the GitHub interface
  • How you can install Visual Studio Code
  • How Git commit works
  • How Git branches work
  • Handle commit conflicts
  • How to use popular extensions for source control.
  • How you can generate beautiful markdown files with VSCode

This course stands out with many advantages:

  • In demand topic: Source control is the one skill any programmer is required to have, no matter the industry(web development, front-end, back-end, embedded)
  • Concise: most instructor typing is cut. The course focuses on explanations
  • Instructor is experienced and active in the programming world. A great teacher never looses touch with the industry. The course will guide you through the more difficult parts, not just the hello world
  • Dark background, big font, full-hd video resollution
  • Certificate of completion

What other students say about the course:

“Was looking for a short course to understand git and Github. This course was precise and to the point about the key ideas and was very practical and easy to follow.”

“Being a long-time Udemy user, I’ve seen how the competitive nature of this service encourages authors to create ever bigger and more comprehensive courses that provide huge value.

As a customer, this is good to me, but as a person with a business to run I can rarely afford to attend 30-50 hour courses.”


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