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A Hacker's Guide to Git by Joseph Wynn

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A Hacker's Guide to Git
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Publisher: WildlyInaccurate.com

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Git is currently the most widely used version control system in the world, mostly thanks to GitHub. Complex systems like Git become much easier to understand once you figure out how they really work. The goal of this guide is to shed some light on how Git works under the hood.

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