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Next Friday, February 11, GitHub is hosting another online Git training course conducted by our friend Matthew McCullough of Ambient Ideas. If you or your teammates need to get up…
Next Friday, February 11, GitHub is hosting another online Git training course conducted by our friend Matthew McCullough of Ambient Ideas. If you or your teammates need to get up to speed on Git quickly and from the comfort of your home or office, this course is just the ticket.
Matt will do six 50 minutes sessions during which you’ll explore the foundations of Git through the practical every-day commands. The course runs from 11:00 am to 6:00 pm EST and costs $195.
You can learn more about the course and sign up here.
Past classes have been great. Here are some things our students have had to say about it:
“Thank you very much for your Git class! It was excellent, very clear, great examples, very professional. I am a lot more comfortable with Git now.”
-Oscar Pagani, Front End Web Developer, Wells Fargo Bank
“Online git training today was phenomenal. Highly recommended.”
-David Bock, Founder, Code Sherpas
“Wow – finally seeing the full power of rebase – loving the #git training from Matthew McCullough.”
-Peter Bell, CTO of SystemsForge
“I feel you were a great instructor. The presentation, your control, and the overall presentation were great. I feel that class had enough freedom to explore different things, but was still grounded with a plan of attack. Very easy to listen for 6 hours today; can’t say that with every instructor. Overall I would give this course and you very high marks.”
-Ryan Gibbons, Senior Developer at Warren Douglas