More about Git (Symfony Live update)
A session about Git at Symfony Live
Scott is a Git evangelist and developer working at GitHub.com. He is the author of the Git Internals Peepcode PDF as well as the maintainer of the Git homepage and the Git Community Book. Scott has presented at OSCON, RuPy, KungFu Rails, RailsConf, RubyConf, Scotland on Rails, Ruby Kaigi and a number of local groups and has done corporate training on Git across the country.
During his session, he will cover what Git is and how it differs from Subversion. He will go over why it's so powerful and how it turns source control from a necessary annoyance into a powerful development tool. He will cover the technical underpinnings of the system, common tips and best practices for getting the most out of Git and ways to use Git that you may not have thought of before – as a pure content-addressable filesystem. Attendees will leave with a better understanding of Git and hopefully a new way of thinking about how to work.
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A training on Git
And if you want to learn more about Git from one of the best expert in the field, I'm really excited to announce that Scott will also host a one-day training the day after the conference. As one of the very first training about Git organized in Europe, this is a unique opportunity you won't want to miss. The training will take place at the Cité Universitaire de Paris, the same venue as the Symfony Live conference.
During this one-day training, you will learn how to use Git from the ground up. By the end of the day, you should be able to use Git effectively as a developer, and have a solid understanding of why and how it works as well as the tools to manipulate and control it to whatever ends you need.
The number of seats is limited to 40. You can book your seat today. Of course you can register even if you don't come at the Symfony Live Conference.
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