Intro to Github In-Person
Git and github are widely used tools for sharing, versioning, and collaborating on code, data, and other documents. In this workshop, you’ll learn to access code from a github repository and create and share code on your own github repository. You’ll also learn to use git to create and manage different versions of a document, save work in progress, and collaborate on a shared code base with other researchers and programmers. Bring your laptop!
Read about: What can Git, Github, and automated testing tools offer Researchers, Librarians, and University Staff?
Materials and set up instructions are available in the CLE: Version Control with Git
This class is part of series. Take all four this summer!
- June 7: Intro to Unix
- June 28: Intro to Python, Part 1
- July 11: Intro to Python, Part 2
- August 30: Intro to Github (this class)
When you register, the Library reserves class space for you. Since many of our classes have a waitlist, please cancel your registration if you can no longer attend.
- Thursday, Aug 30 2018
- 9:00am - 12:00pm
- Time Zone:
- Pacific Time - US & Canada (change)
- Mission Hall 1407
- Mission Bay
- Data Science Initiative Data Science Initiative > Programming