Git Talk

Posted by:Netsoc Posted on:Jan 30,2017


  • Who: Ex-committee member Sam Caulfield
  • What: A talk on how to use Git – a version control system
  • Where: East End Mac Labs
  • When: 31st January at 6pm
  • Why: Learn to record and manage changes to your files and how to work on collaborative projects

We’re welcoming back ex-committee member, Sam Caulfield, who’s taking time out of his busy day job of repairing mangled git trees at work to teach us all the ins and outs of git.

Git allows you to store a history of versions of your files, making accidentally deleted work and ‘assignment-1-final-version-DEFINITELY-WORKS.c’ a thing of the past. It also makes collaboration on projects (like 2nd/3rd year software engineering) a breeze.

We’ll be going to the pub after, by which point you’ll be ready to hold your ground in the holy war – merge or rebase?


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