Next workshop – GitHub Training on April 24

GitHub LogoWe’ll go through the basics of GitHub, from an explanation of what “version control” is and why it’s awesome, to a hands-on training. By the end of the session, you will have your very own GitHub repository and will have the know-how needed to store your future projects there!

When: 6pm, April 24th
Where: Room 309 of the UAA/APU Consortium Library (3211 Providence Drive)
Cost: Just bus fare or parking fees. Parking is $2/hour, free after 7:30.

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9 comments on “Next workshop – GitHub Training on April 24
  1. Becky says:

    Looking forward to the event! Everyone should have a github repository.

  2. Mariecris Gatlabayan says:

    I want a repository :)

  3. Colleen York says:

    I’m coming and I’m trying to get my coworker to come too but I’m only speaking for myself right now :)
    Do I need to register officially somewhere? Also, is there a fee?

    • coral says:

      This is the official registration, until I build something cooler. :) No fee for the workshop–it’s $2/hour to park at the Consortium Library, until 7:30pm, though.

  4. Pats says:

    I am not of the femail strongly typed language, but would like to learn GitHub since our primary vendor is switching to it. Will the session be recorded?

    • coral says:

      This session definitely won’t be, but I’ll talk over the idea of recording future sessions with Becky. We know we’ll do at least one more session on GitHub. Also, there are some pretty good demos/tutorials online. I used this one and thought it was a nice starter.