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GIT for the Scared Java Dev: Trusting Your IDE [Video]

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GIT for the Scared Java Dev: Trusting Your IDE [Video]

Tempted to use IntelliJ IDEA's Git integration but afraid of what might actually happen? Here's a screencast that will get you started.

· Java Zone ·
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"I love writing authentication and authorization code." ~ No Developer Ever. Try Okta Instead.

One of the main issues some developers have when it comes to Git is trusting their IDE integration because... who knows what the IDE is doing? So better rely on a good old command line window and execute the GIT commands yourself.

But isn't there a better way? Doesn't using IDEs have its advantages?

In this practical screencast, you will learn how to trust IntelliJ's Git skills and get a solid start into all the great productivity features that this IDE offers, Git and Version Control-wise.



"I love writing authentication and authorization code." ~ No Developer Ever. Try Okta Instead.

Topics:
git ,version control ,java

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