Git and GitHub first-timers

A learning path for GitHub first-timers.

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A collection of useful courses, videos and links for Git and GitHub first-timers.

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  1. Video: What is GitHub?

    Someone told you to use Git and GitHub? Awesome! Let's find out what is GitHub in this short video.

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  2. Understanding the GitHub flow

    GitHub flow is a lightweight, branch-based workflow that supports teams and projects where deployments are made regularly. This guide explains how and why GitHub flow works.

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  3. What's a repository?

    In this video, you will learn how to find the key pages and features we will be using throughout this course.

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  4. If you are looking for a quick and fun introduction to GitHub, you've found it. This class will get you started using GitHub in less than an hour.

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  5. Git Handbook

    By now you are probably wondering what a Git is and why it is important in writing code. Take a look at this short article on version control with Git.

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  6. This course will walk you through everything you need to start organizing ideas and collaborating using Markdown, a lightweight language for text formatting.

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  7. Connecting to GitHub with SSH

    Using the SSH protocol, you can connect and authenticate to remote servers and services.

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  8. Getting a Git Repository

    If you want to get a copy of an existing Git repository, read this guide.

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  9. Git Push and Pull

    Working locally has an interesting challenge of keeping the remote and local repositories update. Git pull and git push are network commands to help.

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  10. Merge conflicts are a normal part of working in Git. Learn why they happen and how to resolve them with ease.

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