Git Doesn't Have to Be Hard
Git isn't hard, it's just explained badly! This book will help you understand Git, get started using it, and stay out of trouble. You’ll learn the basics of working with Git day to day, how to collaborate with others, and a few fun tips and tricks including simple branching strategies like the GitHub workflow. You'll understand the concepts behind Git and why it's different from traditional centralized source control. Whether you're a programmer, a manager, an author, or a technical writer, you'll learn how to manage your files with Git.
This book includes instructions for popular Git clients like GitHub Desktop and Sourcetree as well as basic and intermediate Git commands on the command line, for Linux, macOS, and Windows. A section at the end of the book shows you how to fix common Git mistakes and problems, getting you out of trouble. You'll even learn how to use Bitbucket or GitHub to create a wiki or a static website in Git.Available on Amazon.
Markdown Dreams: How to do things with Markdown and Git
Markdown is not just a markup language. It is an ecosystem of powerful tools that lets you quickly craft an HTML page, manage a full doc set, take notes, write a novel—even create a slide presentation. Markdown makes it easy to create content quickly, because its simple syntax covers most of the bases without requiring you to take your fingers off the keys.With shared storage or source control, Markdown can be a powerful collaboration framework, suitable for both technical and non-technical contributors and supported by tools that meet every preference.This guide presents some basic recipes for working with useful Markdown tools to create powerful content.Available on Amazon.