Module 1 Exercise 1: Git basics


(Marco Vicente) #768


(Jacopo De Stefani) #769


(Paula Waite) #770

Please accept my Module 1 Exercise 1.

I found the emphasis on atomic commits very helpful. I’m often guilty of using “add .”. As a result, so are my students. This is definitely something I’ll focus on changing next semester!


(Harun Umar) #771


Completed Module 1 exercise. @mozzadrella


(Mari Potgieter) #772

Here is my screenshot!


(S M Mahmudul Hasan) #773

Module 1 Exercise 1: Git basics - complete.

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(Kevin ROBERT) #774


(Mehmoodahmad) #775


(Kkim70) #776

My screenshot.

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(J Rice) #777


(G Rudolph) #778

My default bash prompt includes machine information that I do not want to post online.
One thing I can say to prove that I did the assignment is the first time I executed the commit in the last step the quotes were wrong, because I cut and paste from the webpage.
I had to retype the single quotes by hand, then it succeeded.


(Elena Labzina) #779


(Jamie Kellogg) #780


(Herr Krt) #781


typo X-)


(Thop01) #782


(ilya apalkov) #783


(Ethan McGee) #784


(Stefano Cecere) #785

hi teachers and @mozzadrella … here is my screenshot of Module 1

looking forward to upgrade my git teaching skill for my students!


(Divyansh Bhardwaj) #786


(Lebedevdes) #787