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Understand forking and GitHub collaborators

Understand forking and GitHub collaborators: Visual Studio Essential Training: 10 Protecting Your Code Base with Source Control Providers
Understand forking and GitHub collaborators: Visual Studio Essential Training: 10 Protecting Your Code Base with Source Control Providers

One of the outstanding features of GitHub is the ability to fork any public project. A fork is a copy of the remote repository, generated by GitHub. It becomes part of your GitHub projects. You can make changes to the fork without affecting the original project. This tutorial examines how to fork a public project on GitHub.

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A: A new video was added that provides notes for Visual Studio 2017 developers.

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