When and how should we use **tags** or **branch** to organize a project in a git repository?
What is Git index.
In this post I’ll show you how to do a Git uncommit, that is, if you did a
git commit but have not pushed it to the repository yet, how to Git undo the last commit without loses your changes or data.
Git uncommit to undo last commit command
Before we start, I need to point out that there isn’t a
Step by step on how to solve the "fatal: BRANCH RENAME FAILED" error when trying to rename the name of a git branch.
If you want to set up the
Best environment for software development in Linux Mint (or Ubuntu and other Debian based distros), this is the right article for this.
Every software developer organizes their development environment for programming using a mix of technologies and tools to use to program, improve productivity...
What to do when you come across "error - src refspec main does not match any" when renaming a branch in GIT?
How to check out with Git, from a single file, which does not belong to the branch you are working on?
How to create a basic README on Github, but with the essential information, for your developer person profile at Github?
What are “semantic commits” or “conventional commits”
Semantic Commits, also known as conventional commits, are the best way to document your implementation of applications, as you check context to the management of change of your source code. Semantic commits are considered good practice in the...
Setting Git and SSH communication protocol to accelerate its use with Github, Gitlab or Bitbucket.
Learn how to solve the error `fatal- refusing to merge unrelated histories` when trying to perform a pull or merge in git
If you work with different users in personal and work projects, it is interesting to set up your username and email at GIT locally, by project, so that your commits are correctly tracked on Github, Gitlab and Bitbucket.
By default the
/<users>/.gitconfig file is used to store your global user and email settings...
How to install Git on Linux Mint, Ubuntu and Debian, Windows or MacOS derivatives?
Where to find open data for statistical analyzes, seed databases with initial data or even create auxiliary tables for certain business areas? The developer community works hard to create repositories that offer data to meet these needs, how about checking and contributing to these repositories.
Overview with the concept of what GIT is.