Baby Git Guidebook for Developers

Baby Git Guidebook for Developers

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This book dives into the initial commit of Git's C code in detail to help developers learn what makes Git tick. If you're curious how Git works under the hood, you'll enjoy this.

  • Learn how Git's code works!
  • Baby Git refers to the very first version of Git's codebase written by Linus Torvalds - also the creator of Linux - in 2005.
  • Baby Git is written in the C programming language and consists of about 1,000 lines of code and a total of 7 commands, and they actually work.
  • Baby Git is the perfect codebase for curious developers to study in order to learn how Git's code works.
  • The Baby Git Guidebook for Developers makes the learning experience a breeze, by delving into Git's original C code in detail to help developers learn what makes Git tick.

The Baby Git Guidebook for Developers accompanies the Baby Git project created by Jacob Stopak. Baby Git refers to the very first version of the Git codebase written by Linus Torvalds (the creator of Linux) in 2005. Baby Git is written in the C programming language and consists of about 1,000 lines of code and a total of 7 commands, and they actually work. The simplicity and 'smallness' of the code make Baby Git the perfect codebase for you to study to learn how the code works. The fact that one of the most popular and useful tools in software development history is so simple to understand directly from its initial code is an amazing thing. This guidebook makes the learning experience even easier, by delving into Git's original C code in detail to help you learn what makes Git tick.

$4.99
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