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Using branches in Git #39

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lwjohnst86 opened this issue Mar 29, 2016 · 3 comments

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commented Mar 29, 2016

Heard about git branches but don't really understand what they do and why to use them? Come to this code-along session to learn about how, why, and when to use branches! No prior Git experience is necessary, all are welcome.

When: Thursday, March 31, 6 pm - 7 pm
Where: MP 408 (Mclennan Physical Labs, in the Burton tower)
What to bring: Computer, charged if possible, with Git installed (instructions below).

Git

Installation instructions for Git can be found on the
Git download site

  • On Windows: Download the .exe file from this
    Github link and run it.
  • On Mac: To use the graphical Git installer, download from this
    SourceForge link
  • On Linux: Use your respective package manager (for example, if you
    use Ubuntu or Debian, run this code: sudo apt-get install git)
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commented Mar 31, 2016

We'll be broadcasting this event live via Google Hangouts. Click here to watch the YouTube stream, assuming everything works!

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commented Apr 4, 2016

Congratulations on being the first one broadcast @lwjohnst86!

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commented Apr 4, 2016

Thanks! Now we know how to do it, so gotta get more going! 😛

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