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Git and GitHub - Backing up, sharing and versioning code and data

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The University of Melbourne

Colab Training Room #329

Level 3, ERC

Parkville, VIC 3010

Australia

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Your trainer for this workshop is Errol Lloyd, Research Community Coordinator for Research Platform Services, The University of Melbourne.

This workshop is being held on Tuesday 28th November from 1pm - 5.00pm. Bring your own lap top

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Introductory workshop on using Git and GitHub. More information and installation instructions at: http://go.unimelb.edu.au/eep6 Git is a system for managing plain text projects, including code and data. It is widely used in industry and academia for distributed collaboration amongst programmers. It is also useful to individual researchers and programmers who want to manage and back up their projects across multiple devices or as they develop their code and data over the course of a project. GitHub is a popular website for hosting and sharing projects that use Git. This workshop will provide a gentle introduction to Git and GitHub aimed at a general audience. Since Git is most often used in a text-based environment, we will also cover some simple use of the Unix command line. The goal of the workshop is that you will attain some idea of what Git is and how to begin using it.

This event is bought to you by Research Platform Services



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Colab Training Room #329

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Parkville, VIC 3010

Australia

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