GitHub Actions Tutorial: Development Automation Training
This intermediate GitHub training prepares learners to use GitHub Actions to speed up their development processes and workflows.
Learning automation is essential to succeed in the fast-paced world of IT. Automation not only helps you perform more work, it lets you do so with less errors.
If you’ve been using GitHub for a while, this is the perfect course for you, as it allows you to tackle real-world projects that will teach you how to speed up your time to deployment and help you minimize the number of issues that arise in your workflows due to human error.
For managers with GitHub products, this GitHub training can be used to onboard new cloud engineers and DevOps professionals, curated into individual or team training plans, or as a GitHub reference resource.
GitHub Actions: What You Need to Know
This GitHub Actions training covers GitHub topics including:
- Creating GitHub Actions Workflows in order to publish modules
- Creating databases and using MySQL Service Container
- Using GitHub Actions and GitHub Packages in tandem
- Developing projects by using GitHub Codespaces
Who Should Take GitHub Actions Training?
This GitHub training is considered intermediate-level training, which means it was designed for professionals with at least one year of experience. This GitHub course is valuable for new or aspiring IT professionals, experienced cloud engineers or DevOps professionals looking to validate their skills.
Github Actions training for beginners. This course was created for professionals who are familiar with GitHub or other version control systems, but that doesn’t mean beginners won’t benefit from this course. Beginners with a curiosity for GitHub will benefit from this course as it’ll give them a look at the real-world tasks they can expect to perform at some point in their careers.
Experienced IT professionals. If you’ve been using GitHub for years, you may have performed many of the tasks covered in this course. But this training still deserves a watch as it can fill in knowledge gaps or show you how to leverage tools you may be unfamiliar with.