Saturday, May 23, 2015

Git (Vs) GitHub

Git is a revisionor version  control system, a tool to manage your source code history.

In the SVN analogy, Git replaces SVN, while GitHub replaces SourceForge.  So , essentially - GitHub is a hosting service for your Git repositories. And , most notably, GitHub is a consequence of the existence of git and not the only hosting service.

For folks who are new to GIT , this is an absolute awesome 15 min. refresher.


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