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Introduction to Git and GitHub

Learn the basics of using Git and GitHub for version control and collaboration.  Git is widely used version control software that tracks changes to a group of files, referred to as a repository.  GitHub is a popular website for hosting and sharing Git repositories, making it easier to collaborate and share your work.  Together, Git and GitHub provide a platform that is increasingly used for collaboration in research and academic environments.  In this beginner workshop participants will learn key concepts, create their own Git repository, and publish to GitHub.  No previous experience with Git is required. 

Pre-workshop setup

Please complete the pre-workshop setup to install the Bash shell and Git. If you don't already have one, create a free GitHub account before the workshop. This workshop will be in a hybrid format. If you will be attending in-person, please bring a laptop for which you have completed the pre-workshop setup. 

This workshop is part of the Core Skills series. 

Location Details

Location:
*IN-PERSON AND ONLINE (HYBRID)*

If you have any questions, concerns, or accessibility needs please email jess.yao@ubc.ca.

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This event is hybrid (both in-person and online). Online registrants will receive Zoom details to connect to the event. Registrations close 24 hours before the event.
Date:
Monday, November 7, 2022
Time:
10:00am - 12:00pm
Room:
548 and 552 - Presentation Room (Combined)
Location:
Koerner Library
Audience:
  All     Graduate  
Categories:
  Digital Scholarship     Research Commons     Research Data Management  
Presenter(s):
Shayan Fahimi & Jess Yao

Registration is required. There are 25 in-person seats available. There are 57 online seats available.

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Presenter(s)

Shayan Fahimi & Jess Yao

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