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Arthur Borges

How much of Git is necessary?

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Matt Pocock

Enough to commit, push, pull, and merge.

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Ahmed Rebai

it depends on your position and the project that you will be affected, a junior is a grade to make a difference in the salary, you should have passionate about coding, having the habits to ask in StackOverflow, GitHub issues

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Prosper Opara Author

I guess good Git skills are eventually needed for team collaboration. As most companies depend heavily on the tool

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Ahmed Rebai

It's a priority , because you can be a guru in any technology but as a junior developer, while joining a company you will work with the team , if you didn't' matter how to write a good commit message, create a new branch for each task how to make a rebase a pull, git checkout, you need them as skills into the programming war

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Arthur Borges

I have some problems with rebase, that's something that I must put effort to learn!

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Ahmed Rebai

As much you learn, us is good for you, there is basic commands you should learn and master

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Jason C. McDonald • Edited

Zero. They can read, and any good organization should have a workflow document somewhere. Heaven knows, there are only about a hundred possible "standard" workflows possible with Git.

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Prosper Opara Author

Is being comfortable with the general GitHub workflow a good start and then adjusting to meet organization workflow?

guides.github.com/introduction/flow/

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Jason C. McDonald

Honestly? Being comfortable with any VCS workflow is a good start.