git is great, and its documentation is no exception. By simply reading the Git Book, one can get quite proficient on
git, thanks to the good balance between theory and examples.
However, most times I found myself learning
git the harder way, using Google and Stackoverflow and looking for very little and specific pieces of information. While this is great for solving daily problems, it does not really provide the best learning experience. To achieve that, it is necessary to go to the aforementioned Git Book.
In addition to that, the book is filled with very useful commands which can significantly improve your workflow. They are simple, and once you learn them, you will wonder what has been going on with your life before that moment.
I present this blog entry as a way to summarize and collect those commands. Today, we will talk about cleaning the
Anyway, forget about this blog and go read the Git Book.