GitHub Introduction Course Outline
This 1-day class provides an overview of GitHub the web-based version control repository hosting service. The students will learn and use hands-on labs to experience what GitHub is, and how it is used. They will create, edit and share files, create and share projects, learn to use and create pull-requests and branches. Students will create their own GitHub repository to control who has access to their projects. They can then use their repository after class has ended, for practice.
Module 1 – Introduction to GitHub
Key concepts of GitHub
Module 2 – Viewing
Views and Graphs in GitHub
Module 3 – Editing
How to contribute via Forking
Working with Folders (rename, moving)
Module 4 – Collaboration
Committing to a Branch
Collaborating on Pull-Requests:
--Testing and Reviewing
Module 5 – Creating and Configuring
Creating a Repository
Configuring a Repository
Integration with other Systems
Working with Organizations
Module 6 – Downloading
GitHub for Macintosh
GitHub for Windows
Configuring Command-Line Tools
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