Venue: Your Desktop
This is a continuation of the previous workshop “Software Development For Research: Version Control Principles”.
Now, having learned the basics of version control, we will see how to use the distributed features of Git to publish your project, interact with your collaborators, and incorporate changes from volunteer contributors; for this, we will utilize GitHub, the well-known software collaboration platform and code repository. After completing the workshop you will have a good understanding of typical GitHub workflow, will know how to share your work and collaborate on GitHub.
To get the most from this course it is recommended to have a basic understanding of Git concepts (commits, branches, merges), to the extent covered in the previous workshop.
This is part of a series of workshops focused on both technical and soft skills regarding software engineering from a research perspective.
Please register at least 48 hours in advance.