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Git Foundations
Posted on August 28, 2020 in Git by Matt Jennings

The information below is from Git Foundations chapter of Git In-depth.

How does git Store Information?

git is like a key
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How to Review GitHub Pull Requests When Building a Node.js App
Posted on October 21, 2019 in Git, GitHub, Node.js by Matt Jennings

In a GitHub repo checkout the Pull Request (PR) branch name, like cool-feature-branch.
In your Terminal, to fetch all remote branches
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In Git, Revert to a Previous Commit Locally without Losing Any of your Previous Commit History
Posted on June 8, 2016 in Command Line, Git by Matt Jennings

To revert to a previous Git commit locally without losing any of your previous commit history, follow the steps below:

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Using Git to Reduce Repo Size, If You get an “There are too many unreachable loose objects” Error
Posted on May 19, 2016 in Command Line, Git by Matt Jennings

The info below was taken from a Git post on AlBlue’s Blog in 2011 and this Read more…

Moving Files Locally to a Remote Server Using GitHub
Posted on June 9, 2014 in Git by Matt Jennings

If you have a Windows machine, install Cygwin for free which will give you a shell that is
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