Spencer Fox, Department of Integrative Biology
March 23, 2018
3-5pm (hands on*)
Are you looking for a place to manage, store, and collaborate on code projects with friends, classmates, lab mates, researchers, and globally? If yes, then GitHub would be the tool for you! GitHub is a freely available, open-source, version control repository that allows you to collaborate on projects and publish your code for others to use. In this workshop, you will receive an introduction to GitHub by creating your own repository, pulling requests, and working locally within your repository. This session will use SourceTree to streamline working with a Git Repository.
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