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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.
fine book... starting git, but with other subversion, etc. experience.Published 27 days 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 27 days 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 3 months ago by Jonathan J. Hall
Git is a truly important recent technology. Another winner from Linus Torvalds.Published 3 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 4 months ago by Tony Arra
Before you consider paying the outrageously inflated (by the publishers and by Amazon) price of $15. Read morePublished 4 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 5 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 6 months ago by Peter Senna Tschudin
I started only knowing passable GIT for work, however I feel like I'm very well prepared for just about anything after reading the first few chapters. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Erich Keane