Collaborate with GitHub

Workshop Overview

Working on a project that requires easily tracked changes and collaboration? Then git and GitHub are just what you need. Git allows you to track changes locally, and GitHub allows you to share your project online. Learn how to create a repository, track changes, merge conflicting changes, and use GitHub to collaborate with others.

Github - FBObjectives

By the end of the workshop students will be able to:
  • Understand what git and GitHub are and how they are useful
  • Create online repositories
  • Add files, make, and track changes
  • Branch and merge project files
  • Collaborate with others on a single project

Agenda

Git + Github

  • What is git
  • What is Github
  • Why it’s useful
Repositories
  • Creating projects on Github
  • Git syntax and application
Adding files and making changes
  • Determining status of a project and identifying recent changes
  • Edit and commit changes
Branching and merging project files
  • Viewing files, editing and merging changes across collaborators
Collaborating
  • Including changes from others
  • Creating a copy and adding changes to a master project file
Bonus material
  • Compact history command
  • Private repositories
  • Branch deletion

Logistics

This workshop meets on Tuesday, March 28 at 6pm. This course will be held at Betamore on the Fourth Floor at 1111 Light Street, Baltimore, MD 21230. Parking + Directions: bit.ly/betamorepark

Questions?

If you are looking for additional information on workshop details from the instructor, please don’t hesitate to email education@betamore.com

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