This course will dive into how you can get your best work done by identifying when and how to request a review, how to perform a review for someone else's pull request, and other awesome collaboration methods.
All great projects start with collaboration. Pull requests are the foundation of teamwork on GitHub — and pull request reviews give you the ability to work together and discuss changes specific to a pull request by commenting, requesting changes, or approving.
We'll answer common questions like:
And when you're done you'll be able to:
We'll be building a tetris game!
None. This course is a great introduction to using pull requests.
Developers, new GitHub users, users new to Git, students, managers, teams
Assign yourself to the first issue in this repository.
Comment on the pull request opened in your repository.
Approve the pull request so that it can be merged.
Leave a review that is requesting changes.
Approve the pull request that has been changed.
Create a pull request to learn about suggesting changes.
Implement a change from a suggested change.
Merge the pull request after applying the suggested change.
All public courses on Learning Lab are free.