Enter the world of social coding with Git and GitHub! In this course we introduce you to GitHub, a free online service where over 2 million developers from around the world share their code. We’ll show you how to share your code, meet like-minded programmers and participate in other projects. You can even host simple websites using GitHub. Whether you just want to share a little script, connect with fellow programmers or contribute to some of the largest and most dynamic software projects in the world, we’ll show you how to get started!
This course requires no previous knowledge of Git and is suitable for beginners of any programming language. No programming will be required during the course, but feel free to bring along your code for sharing on GitHub. You will need to bring your own laptop.
The course will be held Saturday November 3rd, from 12pm to 4pm at Co.Up Berlin. RSVPs will open on October 24th at the OTS Meetup page for the event. If you would like to contribute as a coach (no coaching exprerience necessary!) Then please join the OTS Git coaches mailing list.
This is a companion discussion topic for the original entry at http://blog.opentechschool.org/2012/10/new-workshop-social-coding-with-github.html