Git is a free distributed revision control system for software projects, created by Linus Torvalds.
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Git
Official website. Provides documentation, tutorials and download links.
The Chronicle of Higher Education: ProfHacker:Git
Serie of articles with tips, reviews and recommendations about git and github.
Easy Git
Provides a single-file wrapper script, designed to make git easier to learn and use.
Git - The Simple Guide
Quick description of git concepts and commands for advanced users.
Git Magic
Provides a documentation including all the features of the version control system.
Git Osx Installer
Provides a console implementation of the version control system and a user interface, for Mac OS X.
Git Ready
Provides posts with tutorials for beginners to advanced git users.
Git User's Manual
The official manual to use the version control system.
GitHub
Online project hosting using Git. Includes source-code browser, in-line editing, wikis, ticketing. Free for public open-source code. Commercial closed source hosting is also available.
GitHub: GitFlow
Git extensions to provide high-level repository operations for Vincent Driessen's branching model.
Msysgit
Offers a console implementation of the version control system for windows.
Scie.nti.st: Hosting Git repositories, The Easy (and Secure) Way
Offers a tutorial to host git repositories and secure them under Linux platform with gitosis.
TortoiseGit
User interface for Windows. It is a port of TortoiseSVN.
Tower
Git client for Mac OS X. Free trial available.
Vogel/a: Git Tutorial
Explains the usage, defines the concepts and provides examples of all git features.
Wikipedia: Git (software)
Presents the software and offers an historic of it.

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January 28, 2016 at 12:18:30 UTC
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