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"Getting Started with Git" by Bruno Grande #129

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Description

Have you been wanting to learn Git but never got around to it? Or perhaps it seems much scarier than plain old Dropbox? In this workshop, I'll introduce the basic concepts of Git using the real-world scenario of creating a blog and publishing it online for free!

I've taught this workshop before and I've gotten the feedback that it makes learning Git a lot easier. If you've tried to learn Git before but struggled, I recommend giving it another try with this workshop. I'll do my best to teach it in an accessible way.

Time and Place

Where: Room 7010, Library Research Commons, SFU Burnaby Campus

When: Tuesday, September 20th, 2016 @ 3:00 pm

Registration

REGISTER HERE

Required Preparation

Assumed Knowledge

I will assume you are familiar with the Bash shell and the command line.

Software Dependencies

Mac OS X: If you are using OS X 10.9 or higher, use this installer. If you are using OS X 10.5 to 10.8, use this installer. Bash is pre-installed.

Windows: Follow these instructions to install Git on Windows. This installer will also install Bash, which is required.

Linux: Git will either be pre-installed or easily installable through your package manager. For instance, on Ubuntu, run sudo apt-get install git. Bash should be pre-installed.

Links

Lessons Notes: http://bgran.de/git-novice/

Template: https://github.com/brunogrande/git-novice/raw/gh-pages/template.zip

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