This book thoroughly explained what is going on and was very easy to follow.
Every time I do something stupid, or I got stuck with a problem that stackoverflow can't help me, I found the answer on this book.
The author did a great job presenting Git's functionalities, and the major differences with other version control systems.
Exactly what I needed. It's a systematic tutorial that starts from simple concepts and goes through the most complex features.Published 2 months ago by Bradford Needham
fine book... starting git, but with other subversion, etc. experience.Published 4 months ago by daver
Pictures of code examples are so hard to open when they have only one or two rows. I click on them and just cant hit the mark. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Igor Andrianov
This book did what it needed to do: It provided me with an overview of how to use git. As someone familiar with VCSs, but having never used git, it was very helpful. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Jonathan J. Hall
Git is a truly important recent technology. Another winner from Linus Torvalds.Published 7 months ago by Bob Futrelle
There is no reason to own any other books on GIT. Whether you're a confused convert from SVN (or some other VCS) or new to version control all together, this book has everything... Read morePublished 8 months ago by Tony Arra
Before you consider paying the outrageously inflated (by the publishers and by Amazon) price of $15. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Bad Wolf
The book arrived promptly and was exactly what I needed to get started with Git. Only a couple chapters into it and I am satisfied.Published 9 months ago by Michael A Vester
Every time I do something stupid, or I got stuck with a problem that stackoverflow can't help me, I found the answer on this book. Read morePublished 10 months ago by Peter Senna Tschudin