Git For Ages 4 And Up
Git makes so much more sense when you understand how it really works, because its really a two trick pony. But when people start explaining Git they start talking about Directed Acyclic Graphs and Octopus Merges.
Tinker Toys are the best illustration of a Git repository I've found. Side-by-side with issuing Git commands, we'll build a Git repository out of kid's toys showing what's going on behind the scenes. Mind bending concepts like remote branching, rebase and the staging area become child's play.
WARNING: CHOKING HAZARD - Small Parts. Not For Children Under 4 Years.
Attended by: R Geoffrey Avery (rGeoffrey), Michael Schwern (Schwern), Brock Wilcox (awwaiid), Kevin Falcone (jibsheet), John Anderson (genehack), Jason May (jasonmay), Shawn Moore (sartak), Brett DiFrischia, Chas. Owens (cowens), Gary Allen Vollink, Franklin Chen, Hans Scharler (hans), Mike Beasterfeld (holy_cow), Tom Legrady (TomDLux), David Hoppe (Hopasaurus),