[tag=everything you do]
Though this isn’t about robotics, per. se., it is directly applicable to just about everything you do on a computer, especially programming.
Fair warning: This book is not a trivial read.
It’s not “chewy”, (in the way War and Peace is chewy), or insanely technical, (like Understanding the Linux Kernel ), but it isn’t a casual afternoon read either.
What the book does is walk you through Git starting at the very beginning, and guides you to a very clear understanding of what Git is, what it does, how it does it, and how to make Git do what you want it to do.
I classify it as a "must read ".
It is available as a free digital download in a number of formats, (under a Creative Commons license), or in hard-copy form from Amazon.
It will really open your eyes about what Git can do. (I am reading chapter three, and I’m running out of jaw-bandages.)
Go get it.
It’s available at https://git-scm.com/book/en/v2