This community-built FAQ covers the “Git Workflow” exercise from the lesson “Basic Git Workflow”.
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This exercise can be found in the following Codecademy content:
Build a Website with HTML, CSS, and Github Pages
Learn Full-stack Engineering for your Business
Build Websites for your Business
Building Interactive Websites
Software Engineering for Data Scientists
Machine Learning/AI Engineer Career Path
Learn Git & GitHub
Getting Started Off-Platform for Data Science
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