I do not always Git it

I learned Git on my own by reading random answers on StackExchange and other places; some random articles here and there and a lot of that so I can learn how to make branches, revert things, and just plain learn.

Some things have stuck with me more than others but it is partially because I use it more frequently. A good example of those things is branching, committing things, and resetting the staging area. I know I lost a few of my friends on that one since they don’t speak that jargon.

It’s okay.

I was the same for a long time. I’m not going to explain it and there is no need for it in this post because it would take too long. Really it would.

The other day I began to read the documentation on Git. The book they have available to be more exact. I did learn a few new things and actually realized I did know a little than I thought I did. That’s a great feeling. I haven’t felt like that in quite some time.

A very welcome change.

I love to read. I have for quite some time too. Even more when it is things that I know will expand my skill set. I just need to sit down and read more on Git and other things related to the web. I’m going to have to find the time now to read all the things I want to read.

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