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Git & GitHub workshop

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  • Last Update June 1, 2021

About Course

In this workshop, you will learn about the concepts of Git & GitHub. You'll also learn the practical implementation of all the concepts of Git & GitHub.

Description

In this workshop, you will learn about the concepts of Git & GitHub. You’ll also learn the practical implementation of all the concepts of Git & GitHub.

Course Structure:

1. What is Git
2. Why do we need git
3. What are versions and version controlling Systems (VCS)
4. What is SCM (Source code management) tools
5. Basics of CLI
6. Practical implementation of git concepts learned
7. Accessing blob and trees using the hash or commit id
8. Controlling versions in git
9. What is branching and how it works
10. Creating branch in git
11. Merging upstream branch in git
12. Setting upstream branch in git and pulling code from upstream branch to master

13. GitHub basics
14. Features of GitHub
15. Contributing to Open Source
16. Discussion on Open source contribution and various organizations

Topics for this course

2 Lessons

Lecture #1: Git?

1. What is Git 2. Why do we need git 3. What are versions and version controlling Systems (VCS) 4. What is SCM (Source code management) tools 5. Basics of CLI 6. Practical implementation of git concepts learned 7. Accessing blob and trees using the hash or commit id 8. Controlling versions in git 9. What is branching and how it works 10. Creating branch in git 11. Merging upstream branch in git 12. Setting upstream branch in git and pulling code from upstream branch to master
Video 1:42:39

Lecture #2: GitHub & OpenSource Contributions

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1 Courses

3 students

git-github-workshop
Free

Material Includes

  • 1. Video content of the workshop
  • 2. PDF of the notes
  • 3. Summary of all lectures

Requirements

  • No prerequisite, everything taken from basics

Target Audience

  • Everyone who wants to learn about Git & GitHub and wants to contribute to Open Source Organizations through GSoC(Google Summer of Code) etc.