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Committing your changes can be done in several ways. In this article, you will learn which ways are possible when using the commit command.

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Sometimes you want to check out file as it was on another commit. In this article, you will learn how you can do this easily by using the Git checkout command.

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Stashing is useful to save your local changes away. Over time it can get messy and you won't know what all your stashes contain. In this article, you will learn how to add a description to your stashes to keep track of what changes they contain.

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When working with Git, there will come the point where you want to pull the content of another branch into your branch, e.g. pulling the remote master into your local feature branch. In this article, you will learn how pulling from another branch into your current branch works and how to specify the source and the target branch for the pull command.

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It might happen that you create commits on the wrong local branch. However, it is still possible to push to another remote branch than the remote tracking branch of your current branch. In this article, you will learn how to use the Git push command to push to a different remote branch than the one you made your commits on.

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Cherry picking is a useful command to apply only certain commits. In this article, you will learn how to use this useful command.

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SSH is a network protocol which is used for remote communication between machines. In this article, you will learn how to create and use SSH keys for your Git repository.

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The Git stash command is useful if you are working on something but need to work on something else instantly without finishing you current work. In this article, you will learn how to use the stash command to stash your changes, to manage your stashes, and to recover your stashes later properly.

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In Git you are working on branches. You can create them, switch between them and delete them. In this article, you will learn about branches in Git and how to create new ones.

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