We will start this evening with mingle, pizza and beer.
In this session I’ll teach you the Git zen from the inside out. Working out of real world scenarios, I’ll walk you through Git’s fundamental building blocks and common use cases, working our way up to more advanced features. And I’ll do it by showing you graphically what happens under the covers, as we fire different Git commands.
You may already have been using Git for a while to collaborate on some open source project or even at work. You know how to commit files, create branches and merge your work with others. If that’s the case, believe me, you’ve only scratched the surface. I firmly believe that a deep understanding of Git’s inner workings is the key to unlock its true power allowing you, as a developer, to take full control of your codebase’s history.
Speaker Enrico Campidoglio
Enrico is a programmer who combines a strong passion for quality with a mild OCD. He has spent a little over the last decade in the Microsoft and Java camps, striving for simple and expressive code that clearly communicates its intent. He’s also a technical trainer and a speaker, who regularly presents at conferences and user groups about various topics, such as OO design, unit testing and tools.
In his spare time Enrico contributes to AutoFixture, an open source library for .NET that helps alleviate some of the friction experienced when doing Test-driven development by making it easier to generate test data.
Enrico works at tretton37 and can be contacted through his blog or on Twitter @ecampidoglio.
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