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Git Discussion

  1. How does co-owning a repo work exactly? How are privileges distributed?

  2. Is there a limit on the number of contributors working on the same project?

  3. What is the best strategy for dealing with merge conflicts?

  4. How frequently should you commit changes?

  5. What is the difference between git fetch and git pull?

  6. Is it best for multiple people working on a project to work within one branch or work on different branches?

  7. Do you always need a file to use GitHub?

  8. What exactly does a Git Branch allow you to do?

  9. What does the commit command do exactly?

  10. Are there other programs that have the same function as Github?

  11. Are there limitations to GitHub and the accessibility/ usability of it?

  12. Are customers given access to a GitHub project like the developers are?

  13. In the basic concept of Git, what are the differences between cloning and pulling?

  14. Can user make any changes without Internet access in the version control and why?

  15. In the basic concept of Git, what are the differences between cloning and pulling?

  16. Can user make any changes without Internet access in the version control and why?

  17. What are the differences between creating a branch and later merging versus just making changes to your local repository and later pushing?

  18. Is a pull request different from using the command “git pull”?

  19. What are the pros and cons of popular git repositories (GitHub, GitLab, BitBucket)? Why do teams choose to use one over the other?

  20. The video describes a Git workflow for a two person team where neither of them worked on the same file. Could you describe a workflow for a larger team where two might work on the same file at the same time?

  21. Why use the command line and not the Github interface? What is the difference between the two?

  22. Can you work with the command line and the Github webpage simultaneously?

  23. How can you resolve the conflict if someone else has pushed their changes to the remote repository while you were working on your part?

  24. How can one fix a faulty push request (pushed to a wrong branch/deleted other features while working…)?

  25. What happens if the programmer uses the command “pull” instead of “pull--rebase”? Will certain “layers” of the stack be inaccessible?

  26. Is there a limit to how much data can be stored in the remote repository?

Topic revision: r1 - 2020-01-28 - JimSkon
 
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