Slides for a talk I gave explaining Git.
As you work on your Copy of Copy of thesis (3), you may wish for a cleaner way to manage versions of your work. When the terminal servers are being patched and file server goes down for maintenance, you might fret about whether you emailed the newest version of your paper to yourself. While collaborating with other researches, you will eventually find it inconvenient to paste your LaTeX paragraphs into Facebook messenger group chats.
This talk is a practical introduction to Git, a distributed version control system. It will cover basic usage, an explanation of what Git actually does, along with basic troubleshooting.