Developing a Video Course on Git

I’m currently in the planning phase of creating a video course on git for beginners, so I really need your help. What would you put into it? If you know git already, what were the toughest topics or what would you have wanted to know about the concept before touching it? I’ve been blogging a lot about git in the past, specifically a lot about GitLab and why it’s a great git server with a neat web interface, so it’s not like I’m out of ideas.

What would you want in a git video course?

I just want to know what YOU would like to learn or what you wish you had known when starting to use git. It doesn’t matter if you’re a developer or designer for this, if you have used git or played with the idea of learning it, I’d love to hear your opinion and input! Please leave a comment!

Technical Challenges

Video recording of screens is not the toughest nut to crack, but on Linux there are some new challenges. Depending on the window manager and desktop environment different solutions are the best choice and some of them lack interfaces or configuration.

I’ve blogged about using recordMyDesktop for screen capture, but it’s not optimal for recording hardware accelerated desktops.

The audio part I think will be quite okay, since I got my lovely Snowball Blue, which I originally got for my German podcast at quatschen.org.

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