Introduction to Git and Github 30 Nov 2020

    Course Overview/description: The use of repositories and version control tools such as GitHub and Git for hosting, pulling, installing and collaborative development of code and software in bioinformatics is now commonplace. The “Introduction to Git and Github” course will provide an overview of version control, creating a GitHub account and how to use Git for version control and collaboratively work in code repositories hosted on GitHub.

    Keywords: Version control, Git, GitHub, software, code

    Skill level of training: Beginner

    Language: English

    Credential awarded: None

    Type of training: Online training

    Venue of workshop: Virtual

    Dates for the workshop: 30th November 2020 – 10am CAT

    Workshop organisers: Jon Ambler, Shaun Aron, Christopher Fields, Gerrit Botha, Suresh Maslamoney, Yasmina Jaufeerally Fakim, Shakuntala Baichoo, Itunuoluwa Isewon, Scott Hazelhurst, Sumir Panji, Nicky Mulder

    Registration opens: 24th November 2020

    Registration closes: 27th November 2020 at 10 pm CAT

    Notification date: 29th November 2020

    Link to application form:

    Workshop Sponsors: CIDRI-Africa and H3ABioNet

    Intended Audience: Persons wishing to get familiar with and use Git and GitHub. Reference Graph and Containerization Hackathon participants needing to gain familiarity with Git and GitHub.

    Licensing for course materials: Creative Commons


    Learning objectives/outcomes: After this workshop participants should be able to:

    • Define version control and its importance
    • Gain familiarity with git commands and functions
    • Commit code to a GitHub repository
    • Pull code from a GitHub repository
    • Tracking changes and versions using git
    • Use Git for collaborative projects

    Workshop limitations: This workshop will only provide a foundation for continued learning in using version control and tools such as Git and GitHub.

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