This training is designed as a two days hands-on training introducing Git, GitLab, Workflows, CI/CD and many best practices.
The training participants will get an in-depth insight into the Git basics, configuration and "good" commits. They also learn about GitLab basics with repository and user management and continue to practice Git version control with real-life exercises.
Moving along from standalone environments, participants collaborate with others and get an overview on different Git workflows. Continuing with practices, the training dives deep into continuous integration and delivery (CI/CD) with GitLab, runners and DevOps production pipelines.
On top of that, the training provides more hints on GitLab usage, tools for working with Git and anything proven useful for daily best practice.
Target audience are developers and Linux administrators.
We have developed our training material based on years of experience in professional service and training. To support our work, please join the official training sessions and get your ticket at NETWAYS.
In addition to the sources you can find the rendered material on netways.github.io
Provide your training
- https://nws.netways.de GitLab instances for the trainer and participants
To run the presentation you will need showoff 0.19.x.
After installing it simply run
showoff serve to get presenter mode with additional notes
and display window to present to your students.
More instructions here.
The training material focuses on https://nws.netways.de where every attendee gets their own GitLab instance.
The vm/ directory provides a fallback VM which can be exported from Vagrant/VirtualBox and is provisioned onto the training notebook @NETWAYS.
Patches to fix mistakes or add optional content are always appreciated. If you want to see changes on the default content of the training we are open for suggestions but keep in mind that the training is intended for a two day hands-on training.
The rendered content will be updated at least if we do a newer version of the material which will also be tagged on git.
Material is licensed under Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 4.0 International.