Session 20 – Full-stack Web Development Course (Cohort 2)

Start of the class

Git Session 3 (End of Git) – Instructor David

Today, our students with their Git lesson with Instructor David. This was the third (3rd) session of learning Git and marked the end of the Git sessions.

Before continuing with the third and last session of Git, greetings were exchanged between the students and the Instructor, and then a recap of what was covered in the previous session was done for the students who were unable to attend the previous lesson and refresh the minds of those who were around.

What was covered in today’s session? – Git session 3

Some of the topics and things looked at in the Git session 3 with the Instructor included but were not limited to:

Topics looked at – Git session 3

  • Git commands
    • Git pull
    • Git clone
    • Git merge
    • git diff
  • Cron job
    • Cron job operators
    • Meaning of cron job operators 
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    • Linux crontab commands
    • How to create a crontab file

And many more other points were looked at in the session.

Questions were also put forward to Instructor from the students and these included:

Nakayiza to Instructor David

Pardon me on how to create a crontab file?

Touch typing Session – Instructor Ronald

After the Git session with Instructor David, the students had a break of 10 minutes from 10:50 AM to 11:00 PM and then come back to the zoom class and the Touch typing session began with Instructor Ronald.

Here is the progress of the students in their touch typing:

  • Wasswa Male Enock – Completed all the Touch typing modules
  • Nakayiza Kevina – On module 464 of Touch-typing
  • Ahimbisibwe Jesca – On module 549 of Touch-typing
  • Emenyu Joel – On module 504 of Touch-typing
  • Tugume Hastings – On module 420 of Touch-typing
  • Nanteza Nuriat – On module 277 of Touch-typing
  • Kasaija Marvin – On module 76 of Touch-typing


  • Poor internet network connection on the side of some of the students.
  • Some of the students arrive late.
  • Background noise and disturbances on the side of some of our students.
  • Slow progress in Touch-typing in some of the students.


Overall this session was a success. We shall start from there tomorrow and ensure to start from where we left off.

Thank you for reading.

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