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## 1. What and Why Git
#### Exercise:
- say what you think git is and where did you see/use it
#### Concept:
- version control
- share with team
## 2. Create repository
#### Exercise:
- Create on gitlab/github
- Create in a folder on your computer
#### Concept:
- Every git repository is independant
#### Command:
- mkdir my_project
- git init
## 3. Create file in ui
#### Exercice:
- create a file called first_file.txt in the ui
- add content in this file, like "hello world"
#### Concept
- commit
- history
## 4. Link repository
#### Exercise:
- add a remote in you git folder on your computer
#### Concept:
- get content and modification
#### Command
- git remote
- git pull
## 5. Create file on your computer
#### Exercice:
- create a file called second_file.txt in my_project folder
- add content in this file, like "I love linux"
#### Concept:
- local modification
- commit message
#### Command:
- git add
- git status
- git commit
## 6. Report modification on Gitlab/Github
#### Exercise:
- Push your local modification on remote
#### Concept
- compare history
#### Command:
- git push
- git status
- git log
## 7. Pause 5 minutes
## 8. Create Branch
#### Exercise:
- create a local branch my_first_branch
- Modify a file
- Push the branch on github/gitlab
#### Concept:
- branch tree
- best practice (master/main as ref, branch for bugfix/feature)
#### Command:
- git checkout
- git commit
- git push
## 9. Create Merge Request
#### Exercise:
- in gitlab/github create a merge request for my_first_branch
- wait for comment on other person merge request
- get local modif after merge
#### Concept:
- code review
- merge
#### Command:
- git fetch
- git merge
## 10. Get existing repository
#### Exercise:
- Fork repository in gitlab/github
- Get a local copy
#### Concept:
- fork
#### Command:
- git clone
- git remote
## 11. Propose change
#### Exercise:
- Create a Local Branch
- Add a file your_firstname.txt with content like "I love git"
- Push on your forked repository
- Create a Merge Request
#### Concept:
- share work
#### Comand:
- git checkout
- git add
- git commit
- git push
## 12. Update your fork
#### Exercise:
- Update your forked repositiory
#### Concept:
- keep master/main clean
#### Command:
- git pull
- git push
## 13. Pause 5 minutes
## 14. Bonus if enought time
## Concept:
- work branch
- rebase/reset
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