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Do you find the words git and version control intimidating or just don't know where to begin when it comes to GitHub?
Being able to use git will single-handedly save you days of frustration as well as allowing you to get the help you need and showcase work you are proud of. During this workshop we will transform git from a foreign concept to a powerful tool. Make sure to bring your laptop!
Who: women, no experience necessary! Interested in mentoring? (men welcome!) Sign up here (http://goo.gl/forms/24tpcnHltB)! Mentors, please do not RSVP!
- Install a text editor (recommended: http://www.sublimetext.com/)
- Create a free GitHub account (https://github.com)
- Install git ( https://git-scm.com/book/en/v2/Getting-Started-Installing-Git )
Questions? Post a comment below!
6:00pm: Doors open, drinks & mingling
7:00pm (ish): Workshop starts
9:30pm: Workshop wrap-up
10:00pm: Beauty sleep!
About the instructor: Avery Anderson (https://twitter.com/averycodes) is a software engineer at the Minerva Project- a brand new university that leverages the combination of seminar classes and world travel to prepare students for success in today's global context. She loves learning and teaching and is a proud PyLady.
Bike parking available in the lobby of the building.
A huge thank you to Asana (https://asana.com/jobs) for being so enthusiastic in hosting, providing dinner, and mentors!