Git Fundamentals

By Brian Ewoldt | May 27, 2014

Watch the trailer for our

Watch the trailer for our "Git Fundamentals" course.

The LearnNowOnline product development team is happy to announce the release of our latest course, Git Fundamentals, with expert Philip Wheat. Git is a distributed revision control and source code management tool. The Git application can be used by developers, project managers or anyone who needs to control source code. Our course begins with the history of Git, starting with its birth in 2005 based upon a need for a speedy and simple design. We then dive into the meat and potatoes of how to install and configure Git. You'll learn the basic operations and advanced commands of Git, and you will see how well it plays with Visual Studio.

The course includes a quick reference guide for commands on configuring, creating a repository, and other functions. The author and instructor for this course, Philip Wheat, is an industry veteran with experience stretching back to the beginning of the PC era. He is on the leading edge of technology focusing on embedded systems, knowledge management, and sensor technologies. Philip has built his own microprocessor and had robotics projects featured in the press and on TV shows around the world.

He is one of the few to have worked with SharePoint since the original beta, and is the author and instructor for several SharePoint 2013 courses for LearnNowOnline. Ready to learn more about Git? Log in to your account and check out our new Git Fundamentals course, or view the course outline on our web site to learn more.

Brian Ewoldt

Brian Ewoldt is the Project Manager for LearnNowOnline. Brian joined the team in 2008 after 13 years of working for the computer gaming industry as a producer/project manager. Brian is responsible for all production of courses published by LearnNowOnline. In his spare time, Brian enjoys being with his family, watching many forms of racing, racing online, and racing Go-Karts.


This blog entry was originally posted May 27, 2014 by Brian Ewoldt