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I'll start by echoing the fantastic resource in FallenNode's answer (https://learngitbranching.js.org/) which visualizes git very well and game-ifies the learning experience. I also recommend: http://git-school.github.io/visualizing-git/ It's an open sandbox tool for visualizing various sequences of git commands, including situations with remote ...


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It was @Torek over at stackoverflow who made a comment which I believe is the nub of the problem. It went something like The git implementers tend to emphasize implementation over policy It is the corollary to this that is hitting you and your students viz git is badly documented not in the sense that documentation is absent but in the sense that ...


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What worked for me... was working with Git. I hadn’t used any kind of version-control software when I started college (I was a teenager!). I had mostly been using MonoDevelop to program in C#, but boy were those just not interesting or good programs. I had a little experience with the command line; I could ls and cd and the like, but nothing like the ...


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