Length: 60 minutes
The three features discussed are Git's use of SHA1 checksums as object identifiers, its nonlinear model of repository history, and its "index", which is a staging area between the working tree and the repository. Along the way the talk discusses a number of common but interesting use cases.
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If you liked these slides, you will enjoy Git from the bottom up, which is similar in focus, but with a lot more details.
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