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Understanding Version Control Basics

Version control is an important terminology of modern software development, enabling teams to collaborate effectively, track changes, and manage project versions efficiently. In this article,

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Creation of Git Repository

In version control system, Git repositories serve as the basis for managing project files, tracking changes, and enabling collaboration among developers. Understanding how to create

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Cloning and Forking Repositories

Introduction In the realm of Git and GitHub, cloning and forking repositories are fundamental actions that enable developers to work with existing projects, collaborate with

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Branching and Merging

Introduction In software development, branching and merging are essential concepts in version control systems like Git. Branching allows developers to work on separate features or

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Pull Requests and Code Reviews

Introduction In the realm of software development, maintaining code quality, fostering collaboration, and ensuring project integrity are important. Pull requests and code reviews are two

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Collaborative Workflows

Introduction Today, efficient collaboration among software developers and cloud engineers aka DevOps engineers is crucial for successful project delivery. Collaborative workflows are pivotal in ensuring

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Introduction to Linux

Overview Have you just started learning Linux? Want to know more about the Linux operating system and how it works? If so, this post was

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Getting Started with Linux

Definition and Purpose Linux distributions, or distros, are variations of the Linux operating system tailored to specific needs. Each distro combines the Linux kernel, software

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Command Line Essentials

Navigation Commands Master the fundamental navigation commands like cd to change directories and ls to list directory contents. These commands form the basis for efficient

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File System Hierarchy

Root Directory (/) At the core of the Linux file system, the root directory (/) is the starting point for the entire hierarchy. It contains

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