5 games to learn and improve with Git in a fun way
Games are not only fun, but it can also improve your skills, reflection, and many more things. Today, I propose to improve your mastery of git in a fun way with these five games, interactive tutorials, and challenges!
Learn how to use Git in a fun way
Warning! Although they are very accessible, these games are not for “complete beginners,” andÂ you must have basic Git knowledge to play those games properly.
If your goal is to learn how to use Git from scratch, I advise you to start with the first link, Try GitÂ and keep it handy withÂ Pro Git, a complete free book on GitÂ that will accompany you throughout your use of Git.
Githug is a game console that offers you to solve various problems that can quite put to you during your working life. The learning curve is well studied, and traits are realistic, makes this the most interesting game of the list in my opinion.
The git branch system can sometimes be a bit complex to grasp. To help you better visualize it and view the various orders assigning it, Learn Git ranching is a small game offering you to see in real time and graphically various problems, and the effects of the commands that you type in the console on the left side of the page.
As said before, Try Git should be your waypoint oblige if you have no knowledge of Git. In 15 minutes, this site will provide you with the basics of Git functions, and you will learn enough to be able to hostÂ your own projects and collaborate on projects on Github.
If you daily work is with text files (CSS, JS, HTML, PHP, …) and you currently have no system for hostÂ your code, or if your team members are using Git, I do not think that there are many better way to invest 15 minutes of your time.
In the genre more “challenge”, Git-game is very interesting. It offers a series of puzzles and questions and a way to find the solution and solve problems onÂ your own. If you arrive to finish the game, you can consider that you know enough about Git to manage in the real world!
In the same order of idea, I suggest you read the very interesting presentation of this project. But, unfortunately, IÂ have found no trace of source code, advanced, or even renaming announcement. If anyone has more information, I’m interested to know.
Do you know more interesting Git games?Â Tell me what do you think about those game for Git in the comment below.