Code is data! Join us with our kickoff event: a hands-on workshop on using git and GitHub for solo or collaborative version control.
Whether you are new to writing code or a grant-laden principal investigator wanting to brush up on the basics, committing to best practices for code management is an essential part of the process and progress of research. Participants will learn:
- Why version control is important
- How to set-up and work with a local git repository on the command line
- How to use GitHub as a remote repository for collaboration
This workshop will be held on Zoom and is open to graduate students, faculty, and staff researchers from all disciplines. No prior experience is required. Registration will close on Monday, February 5 to allow time for the instructors to communicate set-up instructions to attendees.
For more information, please see the workshop webpage.
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Looking for more events about finding and using data? Check out the International Love Data Week event page for details on our weeklong celebration of research data. If you have questions about Love Data Week, please email Kelsey Badger (Research Data Librarian) at firstname.lastname@example.org.