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TNW's former West Coast writer in the PNW (Portland, Oregon). Nate loves amplifying developers, and codes in Swift when he's not writing. If TNW's former West Coast writer in the PNW (Portland, Oregon). Nate loves amplifying developers, and codes in Swift when he's not writing. If you need to get in touch, Twitter is your best bet.
GitHub is an excellent workflow tool, but some developers don’t quite understand it. To help get you up and running, GitHub released a training course.
It’s a self-paced program that has two overriding goals: to help you manage your source code and use GitHub as a collaboration tool. There are seven sections total:
•Section 1: Introducing Git and GitHub
•Section 2: Getting Started with Collaboration
•Section 3: The GitHub Workflow: Branching and Committing
•Section 4: The GitHub Workflow: Pull Requests
•Section 5: Setting up Git
•Section 6: Using GitHub Locally
•Section 7: The Workflow End-to-End
•Section 8: Working with Local Files
•Section 9: Fixing Common Issues with Git
•Section 10: Creating Shortcuts
The course is meant for command-line users who are new to Git and GitHub.
To make the course happen, GitHub partnered with Wheelhouse for interactive videos and hands-on tutorials. Because it’s new, GitHub and Wheelhouse are currently offering free access to the course in exchange for feedback.
➤ Start Learning Git and GitHub Today with Self-Paced Training [GitHub]
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