- What is GitHub?
- The GitHub workflow
- Using the command line
- Creating branches
- Making a commit
- Creating and merging pull requests
- Working locally with GitHub Desktop
- Creating a new project
- Moving the project to GitHub
- Working with teams on GitHub
- Creating task lists
- Formatting text
Skill Level Beginner
- [Instructor] Since you're here, I think it's safe to assume that at some point you've at least heard about GitHub. In this course, we'll explore why GitHub is such a powerful and popular tool among software developers, project managers, team members, designers, students, and, well, the list does on. Before we jump into GitHub and the collaboration-rich features that it provides, you'll be introduced to Git, the popular version control system that GitHub is built upon. If you aren't currently using version control, you may be wondering what all the fuss is about. I'll explain the key benefits of version control, how it all fits within GitHub, and how you can start using both Git and GitHub in your projects today. Hi, I'm Aaron Stewart, LinkedIn Learning author and training content specialist at GitHub. I'm excited to introduce you to this course, Learning GitHub. This course is a great place to start with understanding the basics of GitHub and how you can start using it with your projects right now.
Using lab.github.com2m 13s
1. The Basics of Working on GitHub
2. Working Locally with the Command Line
3. Working Locally with GitHub Desktop
4. Moving Your Project to GitHub
5. Working with Others on GitHub
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