G'on Now, Git! Git
I’ve got this ridiculous screenshot saved somewhere on an old hard drive of my friend Rohan trying to explain Git to me when I first started programming. He was a CS major who’d been programming for years before college, and I was a chemical engineering major who’d almost failed my MATLAB course, so naturally everything went over my head, right? No. I mean, it did all go over my head, but not naturally. I fully believe Git is understandable at the level you’ll need for day to day work in a few minutes (hence this blog post).
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