I'm the creator of WP Pusher. I love PHP and I love WordPress.
I have been making stuff with WordPress since 2007, even though I have been "around the block" in the PHP world. I'm an active member of the Laravel community and I enjoy writing about PHP on blogs you might know (such as Tuts+ or WP Tavern ).
If you’re a WordPress developer, there’s almost no way you haven’t heard of Git. With the rise of services such as GitHub and Bitbucket, Git has stormed over the web development world in the last years. Also the WordPress world.
Git makes WordPress development a lot more pleasurable and you should learn it. No matter how much you already know, if you’re a WordPress developer, theses videos are for you.
1. What is Git? - 2. Why Git? - 3. Git vs. Subversion - 4. Embrace the Command Line - 5. Installation and Setup - 6. What to Commit? - 7. The 19 Most Commonly Used Git Commands - 8. git init - 9. git status - 10. git add - 11. git commit - 12. git diff - 13. git log - 14. git show - 15. git checkout - 16. git branch - 17. git merge - 18. git rebase - 19. git mv, git rm, git grep - 20. git clone - 21. git push - 22. git fetch - 23. git pull - 24. git reset - 25. git tag - 26. git bisect - 27. Ignoring Stuff - 28. Keep a Stash - 29. What is GitHub? - 30. Pull Requests - 31. The Open Source Workflow - 32. GitHub is Awesome - 33. Installing a Plugin or Theme with WP Pusher - 34. A Solid Deployment Strategy - 35. Exporting and Shipping Code