What will I learn in this course?
In this introductory course you will learn the basics and fundamentals of Github. GitHub is like Wikipedia for programmers. You can edit files, see who changed what, view old versions of files, and access it from anywhere in the world – except you’re working with source code instead of encyclopedia data. Companies use it to build software and websites, while hobbyist programmers use it to find and share projects.
What will I be able to do after this course?
This course will teach you how to work with other programmers using Github. You iwll learn to push and pull content files with GitHub. We will show you all the basic commands you need to know in order to create branches, switch branches, add files to the repository and merge files. We will also show you how to use Github as a version control system to share and collaborate between others. Everything you need to learn about using the basics of GitHub is provided within this course.
Do I need any previous knowledge in order to take this course?
No. You don't need any previous knowldege of any programming language or even programming. You just need a computer with Windows, Mac or Linux and an Internet connection.
Want to learn more? Take the complete GIT course. (Not available yet)
Want a career? Take the Full Stack Web Developer career course. (Not available yet)
I am a Freelance Developer with more than 10 years of experience, having started in Web Development when MySpace was still popular and 2D graphics were the kings of free gaming. I am also an Author of a few novels and a Ghost Writer for more novels than I can account for. From developing websites to making video games, there's not a coding object that I haven't done before. I have worked with Victor Bastos on his OnClick Academy platform and am CTO of the SQRent start-up, a platform that believes experience is more important than just a fancy piece of paper. I participate on CodeEval for fun, when I'm not working or helping others with web development. I came on Udemy to provide a way for others to seek out my help and I very much enjoy helping others, because, occasionally, there's a challenge in it for myself.