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Learning GitHub Part 1


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intro screencast series on learning GitHub - P1 "What is GitHub?"

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Learning GitHub Part 1

  1. 1. Commit Yourself Learning GitHub - Part 1
  2. 2. Learning GitHub - Part 1 What you will learn: Part 1 - WHAT -What is Github? -Who uses Github? -Why should you use Github? -When to use Github? Part 2 - HOW How to create an account How to create a repository How to select and set up a Github client How to work with repositories What you will learn: Part 3 - WHEN When to clone? When to add? When to commit? When to check status? When to push? When to pull? Part 4 - CONFLICT What is branch? What is a pull request? What is a merging? What is a fork? What else?
  3. 3. What is GitHub? 1. Online Source Control 2. Uses a local client to interact with central repository 3. Can be public (free) or private (you pay for that) “Source Control” - system to manage changes to sets of files. Changes are grouped and numbered as ‘revisions’. Revisions can be compared, restored or merged.
  4. 4. Who uses Github? People ● Professional Devs ● Hobby Coders ● Students ● Novices Companies ● Startups ● Distributed Companies ● Huge Corporations Note: Calling everyone to commit - especially WOMEN! --
  5. 5. ● Collaborate while Coding ● Share Your Software ● Learn Something New ● Build an Online Coding Portfolio ● Have Fun! When to use GitHub?