Building Your Programming Toolbox: Collaborating with GitHub
If you are interested in creating and collaborating on remote repositories on GitHub, this workshop is for you if you are a beginner or just seeking to refine your skills. GitHub is a cloud-based platform for open and collaborative software development and version control using Git. Topics covered will include pushing/pulling changes to files in a local repository to GitHub, making copies of public repositories to modify, and collaboratively pushing changes to a common repository shared among workshop participants.
This hands-on introduction to collaborating with GitHub is part 3 of a four-part series called "Building Your Programming Toolbox." We highly encourage attending the first two parts of the workshop series, "Command Line Crash Course for Beginners" and "Version Control with Git" before this workshop, especially for learners who are new to a command line interface and version control.
- Friday, September 22, 2023
- 12:00pm - 1:30pm
- Time Zone:
- Eastern Time - US & Canada (change)
- Sorrells Library, Den
- Sorrells Library
In-Person Workshop Information:
Directions for getting to the Den of Sorrells Library:
Sorrells Library is on the 4th Floor of Wean Hall, shown on the map here. If you enter in the front of Wean Hall, take the elevator down one floor. When you exit the elevator, the library will be on your left. The Den is in the back of the library.
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