[TxMt] Re: [slightly OT] info request on git/git bundle
nigel.metheringham at dev.intechnology.co.uk
Tue Aug 17 14:38:49 UTC 2010
On 17 Aug 2010, at 13:58, Rick DeNatale wrote:
> After dipping your toes in introductory material about git, I can't
> recommend anything written by Scott Chacon enough.
> Scott works for github and seems to serve as their main git 'educator'
He's good. I attended a presentation of his recently and the slides
are also very good, however I am not sure if they are openly available.
[The slides are not, at present, on
but should appear there when Scott is back in one place assuming he
is OK with the slides being made available...]
> He wrote a book called Pro Git and although it's a printed book sold
> by Apress, the entire book is readable online
That book is good.
Unfortunately, and it pains me to say it, the O'Reilly one is not.
[But then O'Reilly no longer hold the paramount tech book crown like
they did a number of years back]
http://gitref.org/ - another Scott production
http://progit.org/ - Pro Git website
Some of these were culled from
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