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How do I learn and start to use GitHub? Git and GitHub is a software, platform, and Web service that help programmers work together. You can deposit and withdraw your software codes from GitHub in the cloud. Friends can collaborate and share updates.
- What is Git or GitHub?
- What can I use it for?
- How is this version control software special?
- How do I start to use GitHub, download the software, create an account?
- What are the commands?
- What are some examples of introductory project?
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- Step One: Sign Up for GitHub
- Step Two: Install Git
- Step Three: Set Up Git
- Step Four: Create Your First Repository
- Step Five: Make Your First Commit
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19 minute video. It's not simple enough for absolute beginners. But it gives a great visual overview and instruction.
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As embarrassing as it is to admit, this tutorial came into being because all of the “GitHub for Beginners” articles I read were way over my head. That’s probably because I don’t have a strong programming background, like most GitHub users. I couldn’t identify with the way most tutorials suggest using GitHub, as a showcase for my programming work.
It's 2013, and there's no way around it: you need to learn how to use GitHub.
Why? Because it's a social network that has completely changed the way we work. Having started as a developer's collaborative platform, GitHub is now the largest online storage space of collaborative works that exists in the world. Whether you're interested in participating in this global mind meld or in researching this massive file dump of human knowledge, you need to be here.
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