Attain expert-level proficiency with Git for enhanced productivity and efficient collaboration by mastering advanced distributed version control features
Author: Jakub Narębski, Published on 20-Apr-2016, Language: English
Jakub Narębski followed Git development from the very beginning of its creation. He is one of the main contributors to the gitweb subsystem (the original web interface for Git), and is an unofficial gitweb maintainer. He created, announced, and analyzed annual Git User's Surveys from 2007 till 2012—all except the first one (you can find his analysis of those surveys on the Git Wiki). He shares his expertise with the technology on the StackOverflow question-and-answer website.
He was one of the proofreaders of the Version Control by Example by Eric Sink, and was the reason why it has chapter on Git.
He is an assistant professor in the faculty of mathematics and computer science at the Nicolaus Copernicus University in Toruń, Poland. He uses Git as a version control system of choice both for personal and professional work, teaching it to computer science students as a part of their coursework.