Running reminders on some super-basic Git commands. (Also: GitHub and Code School have a fun fifteen-minute primer.)
git init: builds .git directory containing metadata and history
git add: stages a file for commit; can stage folders, filetype wildcards (ex. *.txt)</span>
git add .
git commit -m "Stages all indexed additions or modifications"
git add . -A
git commit -m "Stages all indexed changes, including file deletions"
git checkout: move to branch
git branch -a: list branches
git pull: pull changes from remote