Summary - Git Basics: Working With Remote Repositories0:46 with Tommy Morgan
Congratulations on earning the "Working With Remote Repositories" badge!
[Tommy Morgan] At this point you've mastered all of the basic individual steps of using Git on a project.
You can create your own repository or clone someone else's.
You can commit your changes and explore your project history.
You can create branches and merge between them, and you just learned how to work with remote repositories
so that you can share your code with your teammates and the world.
Great job! We've definitely covered a lot of ground, but there's still one thing we need to do: Put it all together.
Now that you know all the individual steps, we can talk about what a common workflow is like for Git,
and in the next stage we'll do just that by examining how I would work on a typical project that's managed in Git.
Before you move on though, take a look at the extra credit.
There's plenty more to learn about working with remote repositories if you're curious.
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