Today we are very happy to announce that we will bring our Git Ninja Class to Amsterdam in the Netherlands! Join us for another exciting two-day workshop experience about the true power of the Git version control system.
The workshop takes place at the 15th and 16th January 2015
in the wonderful rooms of [De Voorhoede](http://voorhoede.nl/) at the wonderful Razmataz restaurant. Unfortunately there was a fire in the building where the workshop was supposed to be held, therefore we had to change the location. Here’s an updated map:
Of course, this wouldn’t be possible without a strong helping hand. With De Voorhoede we not only have a first class sponsor, but also a new friend to make future events possible. We are very happy and thankful being able to partner with people that are excited as we are.
already [on sale](http://www.eventbrite.de/e/git-ninja-class-amsterdam-tickets-14095519077?aff=eorg) and **until the end of November we offer a special ticket price** of 400,00 €; the regular price is 500,00 € so you better be fast sold out!
You can find more information about the workshop here.
See you in Amsterdam!
Pascal & Christoph
Get updates on new articles and trainings.
Join over 1400 other developers who get our content first.
Git Ninja Class comes to Istanbul
Today we are happy to announce that our Git Master Class is coming to Istanbul! Read everything about this event...
Tickets are on sale now!
It's on! You can now buy the first bunch of tickets for our Git Ninja Class workshop in Hannover, Germany!...
Joining betahaus education
We're happy to announce to take part in the new betahaus education program that aims to deliver various formats including...
Announcing our first workshop
As announced earlier this month, we were working on our website to launch it as soon as possible. The time...
Understanding branches in Git
In this article we will take a deep dive into Git branches. We'll see how simple yet powerful the concept...
The anatomy of a Git commit
In this article we explore what a Git commit looks like internally and how Git uses cryptographic tooling to enforce...