Conversational GIT Conversational GIT / tutorial / free

This book is written in an informal style. Readers are assumed to know what version control tools are, and that, being familiar with Subversion/CVS, are interested in knowing how “distributed” version control systems (Git in particular) work. It also tries to show how to use git effectively.
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