Thoughts

Earlier today I worked my way through most of a Skillshare course on Git and Github. It really started to make things more clear for me. I feel like I’m starting to really understand the basics and with just a little more study I’ll have a very good understanding.

Additional Piecies

Something I’m starting to look at and using right now are apps that can help with managing files in conjunction with Git. Right now I’m using Working Copy to write this post which I’ll then push to the Github repository. Apps like this really make things easier but I do still want to explore Git from the command line more and if I can get those concepts down then I’ll be in good shape.

Additional

Something I’m starting to look at and using right now are apps that can help with managing files in conjunction with Git. Right now I’m using Working Copy to write this post which I’ll then push to the Github repository. Apps like this really make things easier but I do still want to explore Git from the command line more and if I can get those concepts down then I’ll be in good shape. One thing I’d love to find is an alternative to Working Copy. Although it’s a great app, I just don’t think I can get $20 worth of use out of it. Maybe in the future if I begin using Github more then it will be well worth the money but right now I’m just not sure.