This foundational GitHub training prepares learners to use GitHub to be a more effective developer by maximizing your efficiency and productivity.
Today's world of software development is marked with cooperation, collaboration and maximized efficiency thanks to tools like Git and GitHub. So it's not an exaggeration to say that GitHub is an essential tool for a software developer.
With this GitHub training, you'll understand how to navigate the cloud-based repository hosting service and not only get access to other gits, but make yours available to others and maximize your productivity. Familiarity with GitHub is a prerequisite for many developer positions, and this course can help make sure you know it perfectly.
For managers with GitHub products, this GitHub training can be used to onboard new software developers, curated into individual or team training plans, or as a GitHub reference resource.
GitHub: What You Need to Know
This GitHub training covers GitHub topics including:
- Understanding how GitHub can improve your development
- Accessing repositories and understanding how to use them
- Getting started with commits and staging
- Comparing changes in files across different stages of development
- Reverting and undoing changes in your repositories
- Viewing, accessing and participating in GitHub projects
Who Should Take GitHub Training?
This GitHub training is considered foundational-level training, which means it was designed for software developers with no experience at all. This GitHub course is valuable for new or aspiring IT professionals, experienced software developers looking to validate foundational skills, and non-technical professionals.
Github user training. Git and GitHub can be intimidating to non-technical professionals who don't encounter command lines, repositories or version control systems often. But this course is perfect for familiarizing you with how GitHub functions and what your technical counterparts are talking about when they discuss commits, repos and rollbacks.
New or aspiring IT professionals. Learning GitHub before you land your first real job as a software developer is like buying really good boots before going on a long journey: you can get by without it, but you're just better off with it and you'll be very, very happy that you did. This GitHub training will make you a more efficient team member and a better all-around software developer.