Module 1 Exercise 1: Git basics

(Vanessa) #122

Well done :sparkles:. Looks like bash worked well for you :boom:

(Vanessa) #123

:wave: well done! Maybe you want to say a bit about saving shortcuts–see you have that setup in your terminal, and some folks might find that useful :sparkles:

(Vanessa) #124

:wave: Hi @SteveEmerson–did you eventually commit the file? I see you’re using diff commands to find out what’s different. Mind committing the and posting a the screenshot of that command?

(Vanessa) #125

@djgoldsmith this:

Really interesting to see the different shells used by others for the project. And even learnt how to create an empty file in powershell.

Made my day. Thank you :sparkles:

(Vanessa) #126

@nfrankel nice debugging in situ–thanks for posting :sparkles:

(Vanessa) #127

@eliasnogueira hiya! Doesn’t look like your screenshot uploaded :frowning:

(Derek Land) #128


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(Steve Emerson) #130

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(Michael Braehler) #132

Nice warm-up, also helpful description on how the three layers are interconnected!

(Elias Nogueira) #133

My bad =/

(Wanjun) #134

(Vanessa) #135

:tada: :100:

(Evan Misshula) #136

Thank you for helping us introduce this to our students

(Shivaji Varma Pusapati Venkata) #137

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(Vanessa) #139

@EvanMisshula :boom: :tada: :100:

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(Vanessa) #141

Yay! :tada: :100: