Some of my professional experiences have involved participating in cross-functional areas, so I knew all my colleagues’ way of working. I remember a company which just started using Git a few weeks before I joined.
They didn’t know the reason for those steps. They only knew that they should follow them in order not to get into trouble. However, problems happened frequently, so I decided to prepare a workshop about Git.
I love to have maps in my mind. I don’t write “mind maps” because they are a well-known type of diagrams. Now I’m talking about having frames, structures or any kind of graphical representation in the mind. For example, I started learning addition by imagining dice in my mind.
So I prepared some drawings. It’s not necessary to be able to see the drawings to understand this post. I include an explanation for each of them because of my awareness of accessibility.
Furthermore, in this case, it’s very important to teach the vocabulary. Otherwise, they won’t understand the Git messages. The drawings are a good way to introduce them to that vocabulary.