I’m reading Git From The Inside Out, which is an excellent tutorial on Git, from the viewpoint of it’s technology and data structures (rather than just a quick run through of the basic commands), so I thought it might be a good time to list out some other resources on using Git. Firstly the live tutorial by GitHub and Code School and the git book are worth looking into.
For graphical git clients on the Mac, the new hotness is GitUp, Atlassian gives out SourceTree for free, and GitBox or Tower are popular with the community. Working Copy is a git client for iOS so that you can read and work your code while on the go.
If you are in a dark place, How to undo (almost) anything with Git and On undoing, fixing, or removing commits in git provide some guidance on bailing yourself (also available in flowchart form).
For a little fun, GitLab posted a profile of the 7 Git Personalities. They just need a FaceBook survey so that we can all post our identity. There are a lot of ways that people use git in their workflow and handling the basics of branching. One is GitFlow…obligatory GitFlow Considered Harmful. If you’re feeling the git pain, maybe Advantages of Monolithic Version Control will make you feel less alone.