there are the last seats available for the 2-day Physalia course"Version Control for Researchers".
Dates: Online, February 20th-21st
In this course, we’ll introduce you to the most popular open source software for version control (Git), and the most popular platform for sharing and collaborating on projects online (GitHub) using a graphical interface to both (GitKraken Client). The course is designed to get researchers started with version control, demonstrate how to collaborate effectively as well as introduce version control best practices. No prior knowledge of the topics covered is required. Participants will need a recent version of GitKraken Client installed, a personal GitHub account and optionally (should they wish to use Git outside of GitKraken beyond this training) Git installed. Full setup instructions will be provided prior to the course.
- Understand what version control is, why it is useful in research, what tools are available and how they interact.
- Be able to version control your own projects using git and share them remotely on GitHub.
- Be able to create a simple webpage with markdown and share it through GitHub.
- Be able to copy (fork) and make a contribution (pull request) to someone else’s repository (project).
- Be able to set up, work with, contribute to and manage contributions to a team repository using branches.
- Be able to review contributions by others and request changes.
For more information, please have a look at: https://www.physalia-courses.org/courses-workshops/