LOUIS Webinar: Git and GitHub for Libraries

Wednesday, October 28, 2020 - 11:00am to 12:00pm
Webinar

Git was built for programmers to keep track of changes to their code. GitHub was built for allowing programmers to share their code. But anybody can use this powerful and popular combo of software and platform, for writing, for building websites and for collaboration. This presentation will explain the basics of using Git and GitHub, for an audience of non-programmers, using examples from libraries.

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This webinar is offered to staff at BLC member libraries as part of the pilot Professional Development Alliance. To learn more about the Alliance, and to see all available webinars, please visit the Professional Development Alliance Pilot Project page.