On Thursday, March 27, 2014 9:26:25 AM UTC+1, Olivier Revollat wrote:
>
> Hello, i would like to make a PHP development tutorial and it's basically 
> a step by step approach : code from lesson n is based on code from lesson n 
> - 1
> I've seen some tutorial like this who uses pull request or branches so the 
> students can checkout branches or look at the pull request to progress step 
> by step in the lessons.
>
> I just want to know which is (for you) the more practical way to do this ? 
> PR ? Tags ? Branches ? something else ?
>
>
I talked with Drew Neil a bit about this in an episode of GitMinutes:

http://episodes.gitminutes.com/2013/05/gitminutes-08-drew-neil-on-vim-and.html

Here's his example tutorial that made use of "checkpoints" in 
Git: https://github.com/senchalearn/Presidents

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