Module 1 Exercise 1: Git basics


(Michael Schore) #567

Here is my module 1 screenshot:


(Suehring Uwsp) #568


(Stephen Cerruti) #569

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(Gitesh) #570


(Faith Joy Satterthwaite) #571

Finish module 1! Thanks!
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(Francisco Rafael Arce García) #572


(Jörg Reuter) #573

Module-1-Basics%20Completed


(Adarshreddy adelli) #574


I would like to make github more accessible with mobile terminals… Really handy right ?? The introductory video is really good…


(Lescano Micaela) #575

Here is mine!
To use touch command I had to : npm install touch-cli -g


(Jaime Rabasco Ronda) #576


(Chris Cannon) #577

:100: @ivonetafe


(Chris Cannon) #578

Looks good @niravmadariya! Don’t forget you can use git status between your git add and git reset commands to see it’s effect on your staging area. :100:


(Chris Cannon) #579

nailed it @magitz :sparkles:


(Chris Cannon) #580

Good work @michaelschore! Don’t forget you can use git status between your git add and git reset commands to see it’s effect on your staging area. :100:


(Chris Cannon) #581

Got it @e3-cerruti! :100: Don’t forget you can use git status between your git add and git reset commands to see it’s effect on your staging area.


(Chris Cannon) #582

Well done @GiteshWadhwa :sparkles:


(Chris Cannon) #583

Looks good @chicgeekfaith! Don’t forget you can use git status between your git add and git reset commands to see it’s effect on your staging area. :100:


(Chris Cannon) #584

Looking good @fragmnt02 Don’t forget you can use git status between your git add and git reset commands to see it’s effect on your staging area. :100:


(Chris Cannon) #585

Well done @joergre! Don’t forget you can use git status between your git add and git reset commands to see it’s effect on your staging area. :100:


(Chris Cannon) #586

@Adarshreddyash that would be pretty awesome! There are a fair amount of GitHub UI clients available by various developers, a terminal would be interesting!