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Social Coding with Github

  • Sep 18, 2013 · 7:00 PM

We will have two parts of the  Social Coding with GitHub workshop.

In the first one on Wed. September 18, you will be introduced to the social side of programming. We’ll be looking at one of the most popular sites for social programming: GitHub.

In this first part, we will get you up and running with Git and GitHub. We’ll create a simple repository and show you how to get it on GitHub.

The following week, on Wed September 25 at 19:00, the second part will let you practice your new skills. Yyou will also learn more neat things that you can do with GitHub: We will prepare some extra topics for you to explore.

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  • Christian

    Sehr interessant . Super vielen Dank für die Geduld :)

    September 18, 2013

  • ale r.

    If you can only be there at one of both dates, you're still welcome!

    Just drop a note in this conversation, so that we know about it!

    If you only attend the second workshop, you're supposed to have read through the "core" chapters of http://opentechschool.github.io/social-coding (it's not a problem if you didn't grok evey detail!), have git installed on your laptop and already have a GitHub account.

    September 11, 2013

  • Stefan O.

    I'd like to join next time as a coach, I'll be at the OKCon in Geneva on the 18th

    September 5, 2013

  • ale r.

    We have a date for the workshop!
    We don't have too many coaches (please volonteer if you can!), so I've reduce the number of participants to 15 for now.
    I hope that I can turn it up again very soon!

    September 5, 2013

  • Martin N.

    Should we also include additional tools that relate to social coding (Travis, Codeclimate, Kanban for Github, etc.)

    August 22, 2013

    • Robert L.

      While that's a worthwhile idea I think it's more suited to a follow-up workshop, seeing the material is already quite extensive on Git and Github: http://opentechschool...­

      September 3, 2013

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