Learning Git, Github Actions and More

GDG Provo
Mon, Apr 10, 6:00 PM (MDT)

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About this event

This event is designed to teach students about Git and Github Actions, which are tools commonly used in software development. Through presentations, tutorials, and workshops, attendees will learn how to use these tools to manage and collaborate on code effectively.

Git is a version control system that allows developers to keep track of changes to their code and collaborate with others on the same project. It is widely used in the software industry, and understanding how to use Git is an important skill for students pursuing careers in software development.

GitHub Actions is a tool for automating software development workflows, such as building and testing code, deploying applications, and more. Learning how to use Github Actions can help students streamline their development process and work more efficiently.

Throughout the event, students will learn the basics of Git and Github Actions, including setting up a repository, creating branches, merging code, resolving conflicts, and automating workflows. They may also learn how to use Git for collaboration and code reviews, as well as how to integrate Git and GitHub Actions with other tools like CI/CD systems.

Overall, this event is a great opportunity for students to gain valuable skills and knowledge in software development tools that are widely used in the industry. By learning how to effectively use Git and GitHub Actions, students can improve their collaboration and workflow, and prepare themselves for success in their future careers.


Monday, Apr 10
6:00 PM - 7:30 PM (MDT)