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Version Control (Coursera)

Apr 22nd 2024
Version Control (Coursera)
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Learn how modern software developers collaborate across the world without messing up each other's code. You will look at the different version control systems and how to create an effective software development workflow. You will be introduced to some of the most commonly used Linux commands that you can [...]
Apr 22nd 2024
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49.00 EUR/month

Getting Started with Git and GitHub (Coursera)

Apr 22nd 2024
Getting Started with Git and GitHub (Coursera)
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Get started with Git and GitHub in this self-paced, introductory course! You’ll become familiar with collaborative version control and popular Git platforms. Collaboration and social coding are crucial parts of contemporary Software Engineering practices and the DevOps culture.
Apr 22nd 2024
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46.00 EUR/month

Linux Cloud and DevOps (Coursera)

Apr 22nd 2024
Linux Cloud and DevOps (Coursera)
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In this course, we look at Cloud, DevOps and the Linux operating system. The course material is a good for anyone preparing for the Linux Foundation Certified IT Associate (LFCA) exam or just interested in learning more about Linux. This course is the fourth course in a series that [...]

Essential Tools For Application Development (Coursera)

Apr 22nd 2024
Essential Tools For Application Development (Coursera)
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In Essential Tools, we will look at two important classes of tools for developers: Version Control Systems and Built Automation Tools. We will look why we use such tools, discuss common concepts for those categories of tools, and then look at a specific and common example of each: [...]

Version Control with Git (Coursera)

The Version Control with Git course provides you with a solid, hands-on foundation for understanding the Git version control system. Git is open source software originally created by Linus Torvalds. Git manages team files for large and small projects. This allows the team to continuously improve its [...]

Continuous Integration and Deployment with ASP.NET Core (Coursera)

Apr 15th 2024
Continuous Integration and Deployment with ASP.NET Core (Coursera)
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This comprehensive course covers the foundational principles of Continuous Integration (CI) and Continuous Deployment (CD), emphasizing the integral role of automation in the software development lifecycle. Gain essential knowledge and practical skills to navigate and optimize CI/CD workflows, ensuring seamless automation throughout development. [...]

CI/CD for Software Developers (Coursera)

Apr 15th 2024
CI/CD for Software Developers (Coursera)
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This course is designed as an intermediate introduction to CI/CD. You will learn about the basics of automating processes and version control. This course uses GitHub, and you will need to have an account with them. Information is provided how to do this. Learners also use CI/CD to build, [...]

Working with Version Control (Coursera)

Apr 8th 2024
Working with Version Control (Coursera)
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Version control is a crucial tool for managing code. Explore the basics of version control and learn how to use it in software development projects. In this course, you will explore Git, a popular version control tool which you will learn to use to create repositories, make commits, and [...]

Git for Distributed Software Development (edX)

Get a thorough introduction to Git, the source control system that arose out of the Linux kernel community, that enables widely distributed software development to operate efficiently.

Git and GitHub Basics (edX)

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Git and GitHub Basics (edX)
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Gain the skills to work with Version Control Systems Git and GitHub. Explore key concepts, including branching and repositories; practice forking, cloning, and merging workflows and build your portfolio as your final project.