Have you been trying to wrap your head around Git, the version control software that everyone is talking about? It works a little differently than tools like Subversion, so you’ll have to unlearn some habits if you’re familiar with other version control packages.
A fancy new one-page website has been circulating Twitter and Reddit of late, serving as an easy into to Git. Git: The Simple Guide helps you install the software, create a repository on your local computer or check out an existing remote one, and start using Git.
It’s a good tutorial, and the design looks great. I like the differently-colored segments with the large text and rounded styling on the
<code> elements. (The page is actually hosted on GitHub Pages, which seems fitting, given the subject.)