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6:00-8:00pm Speaker: Curtis Badke - Introduction to Git
Curtis is an Edmonton based software developer who is particularly passionate about software craftsmanship and automation. He has worked as a research developer at the UofA, built communication software for the industrial control industry and is currently working at DevFacto primarily doing web development, promoting best practices and organizing training. You can find Curtis around Edmonton running the Pluralsight study group as well as frequently organizing Code Retreats.
Git has taken the development world by storm. Sites like Github have become THE central points for open source development. TFS 2012 supports it. Azure can deploy using it. It's not just for Linux kernel developers anymore!
This talk is an introduction to Git. I assume that you are coming with some experience with a central source control system like TFS or Subversion and will teach about how distributed source control works in general and dive into how Git works specifically. By the end of it all you should have a basic idea of how to get started with Git, what tools I recommend for Windows users and recommendations for where to learn more!
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