Become a master in Git and GitHub and Excel in your Career

Go from Beginner to the Advanced Level in just 16 hours. Learn only what is relevant in industry. Learn the fundamentals so you never find them hard again.

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Vimal Daga

Sr. Principal IT Consultant & TEDx Speaker. 
He has successfully up-skilled 350k+ professionals and students.

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Students from various background trained


Professionals from various MNCs trained


Global IT Certifications Achieved


Companies benefited from Consultancy


Why to learn from Vimal?

From being a product of a “tier 2” engineering school to training thousands of “tier 1” tech graduates in latest technologies, and then going on to deliver cutting edge consulting and advisory to 200+ leading organisations. The ONLY person worldwide that is Red Hat Certified Architect Level 25 with Enterprise Application Level 10; Vimal has up-skilled over 350,000 professionals and students in pursuit of his vision of “Awakening the youth through a culture of right education”

Who is this training for?

Working IT Professionals

- Collaborate effectively with your team.

Freshers aspiring for an IT role

- Become industry ready.

College pursuing students

- Learn Git and Github so you can showcase your projects.

Managers & Team Leaders

- Manage projects and your team efficiently.

Technical Co-Founders

- Launch better projects.

College HOD & Professors

- Learn the underlying fundamentals of Git and GitHub. So you can teach them in an easy way.

Anyone willing to contribute towards Open Source projects

- Start you open source journey by mastering Git and GitHub.

Reserve a seat before February 25, 2022 to avail Bonuses worth ₹ 21,000

What will you learn in the training?

Introduction: Git Basics | Git Repository | Retrieving a Repository’s Status | Add Files to a Repository | Committing Changes to a Repository
Cloning a Remote Repository | Accidental Deletion | Recover Your Repository
Creating a Branch | Detached Heads | What about Tags?
Merging Step by Step | Handling Merge Conflicts
Choosing Your Stash
Introduction: Git Add Interactive | The Add Interactive Command
Introduction: Reflog | Lose a Commit, Get it Back | Exploring the reflog
Introduction: Cherry-Picking | A Simple Cherry-Pick | When Cherry-Picking Might Fail
Introduction: Git Rebase | Outline of a Simple Rebase
Introduction: Git Bisect | Bisecting: The Session at a High Level | A Real ‘git bisect’ Session | The Difference Between ∼ and ^
Introduction: Fetching and Pulling Content | Two Git Repos: ‘git_origin’ and ‘git_cloned’ | The ‘git fetch’ Command
Introduction: Working With Multiple Repositories | Three-Linked Repositories
Creating and Pushing Branches | Pushing to Repositories With Different Content | The Branch Exists Only On The Remote | Tracking Remote Branches With Different Names
What Are Pull Requests? | Forking And Branching in GitHub
Introduction: Git Log | A Realistic Log History | The ‘git log’ Command
Introduction: Squashing Commits | A Worked Example | The ‘git rebase -i’ Command
Introduction: Bare Repositories | Setting up a Bare Repository | Squashes the Commits | Git Pull and Merge Hell
Introduction: Cherry-Picking and Three-Way Merges | Attempting to Apply Cherry-Pick | Generate and Apply Patch
Introduction: Git Hooks | A ‘pre-commit’ Hook | A More Sophisticated Example
Comparing Differences | Branching and Merge Types | Special Markers | Simple Branching Example | Conflict Resolution | Marking Special Events with Tagging | Saving Work in Progress with Stashing | Time Travel with Reset and Reflog | Using Aliases | Using Aliases to simplify our commands | Amending Commits: Changing the commit message | Amending Commits: Adding a file to a previous commit | Working with the git commit -amend command | Performing a git squash and merge at GitHub to condense our commit tree | Set your system to always prune during fetch | Performing a soft reset | Hard reset and clean on current commit | Hard reset on previous commit – merge into master | Learning about git reset and git clean | Reverting a commit | Reverting the state of the repo with a public revert commit
GitHub Profile | GitHub Settings | Creating a GitHub Repository | Linking to our GitHub Repository | Pushing Changes to GitHub | Verifying our Changes on GitHub
Authentication Overview | SSH vs HTTPS | Generating an SSH Key | Verify SSH Authentication with GitHub
GitHub Repository Overview | Starting Remote with a Starter Repository | Create a Local Copy with Clone | Seeding the Repository with Sample Content | Publish Back to GitHub | Fetch and Pull | Repository Features and Settings | Updating Repository and Remote References | Looking at Files and Folders on GitHub | Directly Editing Files on GitHub | Creating a New Files on GitHub | Creating a New File on Master | Renaming and Deleting Files on GitHub | Synchronizing our Changes with our Local Repository | Reviewing Commits with the Commit List | Commit Details: Going Deeper | GitHub Time Travel: Reviewing Your Repository as of a Particular Commit | Using Commit IDs
Repository Branches Overview | Creating Branches on GitHub | Local Branches | Comparing and Pull Requests | Merging Locally | Locally Switch to a Branch on GitHub | Cleaning Up By Deleting Branches and References | Pull with Rebase | GitHub Graphs | Setting the Default Branch | Dealing
Tags and Releases Overview | Local Tags (a bit of Review) | Pushing Local Tags to GitHub | Tags on GitHub | Deleting Tags on GitHub | Updating Tags: Creating a Floating Tag | Starting a Release on GitHub | Deleting a Release | Creating a Completely New Release
Comparing Differences Overview | Comparing with Pull Requests | Comparing Commits | Comparing Tags
Social Coding Overview | Copying A GitHub Repository by Forking | Creating A Branch on Your Fork | Pull Requests | Updating Pull Requests | Accepting the Pull Request | GitHub Graphs | Synchronize Changes Back to Your Fork | Enlisting Help with Collaborators
GitHub Issues Overview | An Introduction to GitHub Issues | Setting Up Issue Labels | Setting Up Milestones | Creating Issues | Closing Issues | Associating Issues with Commits | Using Mentions with Issues
GitHub Gists Overview | Creating Gists | Working with Gists Locally | Sharing Gists | Deleting Gists
GitHub Organizations Overview | Creating a GitHub Organization | Transferring a Repository to the Organization | Forking Back to Your Account | Updating Remote References on the Local side | Branches and Confusion | Organizations vs Personal Account | Working with Teams | Team Permissions | Managing Teams | Organization’s Profile | Destructive Actions

4 Reasons to learn Git and GitHub under Mr Vimal Daga

Reason #1: No wasted time

Don’t make the same mistake as other Professionals or freshers. They spend months in finding the right resource to solve all their technical challenges and…It’s better to spend just 16 hours and get what you were exactly looking for.

Reason #2: No irrelevant content

You don’t need to learn everything about Git and GitHub, a lot of which the industry doesn’t use. We will be delivering the most needed content in the least possible time.

Reason #3: No inexperienced mentor

It is always good to follow a mentor who is an Internationally Recognised Industry expert with 19+ years of experience. Adding to the above, the benefit of a mentor who also has proven Tech consulting experience with Fortune 500 Companies. And lastly, a WORLD RECORD HOLDER who has the maximum & the most recent IT certifications across the globe to deliver high quality technical education.

Reason #4: It’s not over when it is over

You don’t need to select a training program that doesn’t support you after it is over. Here you will be a part of a community where your technical queries will be handled much beyond program completion.


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10 emails sequence of 10 Git and GitHub tricks after the training

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Gain a PERMANENT seat on the #13 Git and GitHub Community that nurtures a culture of sharing and support

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Technical support team members will answer your queries for 60 days from the completion of the program

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Most relevant Tips & Tricks to build social network for your projects

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#13 proudly presents Vimal Daga as the mentor for this program

A world record holder, Mr. Vimal Daga is a Technologist, Philanthropist & A TEDx Speaker who is dedicatedly working towards his vision- “Awakening the youth through a culture of right education”.

He is the first one in the world to become “RedHat Certified Architect Level 25 along with Enterprise Application Level 10”. Companies benefited from his 19+ years of experience.

He has expertise in multitude of latest and high-end technologies namely Machine Learning, Deep Learning, Delphix, AppDynamics, Docker, DevOps, Cloud Computing, AWS, and many more.

Frequently Asked Questions

Dates : 26th – 27th Feb & 2nd – 3rd March

Time : 9:00 am to 1:00 pm IST

No, we don’t provide any. But Yes, we do provide the access to the material which was covered in the training for your future reference

No, we are not offering any corporate or group discount.

We start from the very basics, so no previous knowledge is required.

Yes DEFINITELY..You will be added to a community where technical support team members will answer your queries for 60 days from the completion of the program.

We have a “no questions asked” 100% refund policy till 24 hours prior to the start of the program. After that, no refund will be entertained. Amount will be refunded within 7 days. For related queries email us at