Using and learning Git

Any time you want to be able to keep track of all the aspects of a project, particularly to be able to roll back the state of a set of files to a previous version, you want to use version control software of some sort.

This type of application is particularly important to software developers of all types, but I believe it can be very useful for non-programmers who need (or want) to keep track of what they’ve been doing over time in various projects.

The most fashionable of the version control systems available these days would have to be Gitwritten as a set of small utilities that can be plugged together to do everything necessary to version control. It’s also distributed so you don’t necessarily need to depend on a single server to work with project files.

This is mostly a list of links to good Git resources that I’ve found, so far:

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