This workshop is for people who are already familiar with GitHub and version control, and want to dive a little deeper. We'll cover how to use Git on the command line, why the GitHub Flow supports team collaboration, and what best practices to use on a daily basis. All participants will have a chance to experiment with using Git on the command line. We'll also cover common use cases around collaborating with GitHub, and explore features such as Forks, Pull Requests, Issues, Mentions, and more. Completely new to version control? See the GitHub 101 workshop and follow it up with this workshop!
Jordan McCullough is a solutions engineer at GitHub and front-end developer by trade, has a passion for open source software and community-driven development. He enjoys applying his technical know-how to help craft meaningful Git and GitHub learning experiences.
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