Github Introduction

Can anyone recommend a decent tutorial about Github? They have their own tutorial, but am looking for other suggestions.

TiA

Do you need it specifically for github?

I think github itself is fairly intuitive. It’s git itself you want to learn.

I used this udemy course: https://www.udemy.com/course/git-complete/

There is a great cheat sheet as well which I still bookmark now here: https://www.git-tower.com/blog/git-cheat-sheet

I hope this helps :slightly_smiling_face:

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Thanks @froberts. This may be what I’m looking for. I

Hi, the Odin Project tutorials in general are awesome, and there is a git/github-specific course that I thought was really useful and thorough: https://www.theodinproject.com/courses/web-development-101.

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Personally, I’m a visual learner, so I like to find videos on YouTube and then just follow along with the lessons. When I have to read a bunch of commands off a page, it doesn’t work as well.

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  1. Create a simple scratch project/doodle project - it does not even have to be a code program, it could even be a markdown document. Like a guide to a game you love playing. Set up an environment at home and at work to do edits, to get used to syncing up changes and doing merges on your own.
  2. If you are linkedin premium, the tutorials are really good (not trying to sell it, but it’s worth it.) All above links are also great places though.
  3. Write up your own cheat sheet on the workplace wiki.