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Hey gang, in this Git & GitHub tutorial I’ll show you how you’d typically collaborate on a team project. Since there’s only 1 of me – I’ll show you my day-to-day workflow using Git / GitHub in the office within a team.

—– COURSE LINKS:
+ Atom editor – https://atom.io/a
+ CMDER – http://cmder.net/
+ GIT – https://git-scm.com/

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6 COMMENTS

  1. hey ninja! nice work, but is it necessary to specify the branch name (origin master/or-otherBranch) when pulling/pushing ?
    because git knows already in wich branche we are now.

  2. Great series Ninja.

    Could you explain what would happen if I pull to the local master (as you describe), then branch from master, then spend some time working in the branch. In the meantime, a co-worker changes master (on the remote). So master, on the remote, has moved on from the point at which I pulled from it. What happens when I push my branch: Does it still go to the remote ok? Can I still create a pull request from it? Or will Git(hub) insist on some sort of merge before? Hope I've explained that ok!

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