English | MP4 | AVC 1920×1080 | AAC 44KHz 2ch | 23 Lessons (9h 53m) | 2.03 GB
This is a beginner-friendly course that will teach you the basics of GitHub. You will learn how to use GitHub as a collaboration platform for your projects, implement repository access rules, communicate effectively using GitHub Flavored Markdown, leverage the built in project management features and tools, and automate general workflow processes using GitHub Actions. You will have the opportunity to reinforce the essential concepts taught by interacting with one another through Github during the course.
At the end of this course, students will be able to:
- Write elegant and informative Markdown
- Build a communication history within a project using Issues, Pull Requests, Branches and Project Boards
- Apply Security Controls to teams and repositories
- Implement version control techniques for use-cases outside of source code.
- Build automation pipelines to interact with project contributors.
Table of Contents
1 Course Introduction
2 GitHub True and False
3 What is GitHub
4 Overview of GitHub Accounts
5 Securing your GitHub Account
6 Overview of GitHub Organizations & Security Features
7 GitHub Repository Features – Part 1
8 GitHub Repository Features – Part 2
9 Collaborate in GitHub
10 Introduction to GitHub Flavored Markdown
11 Introduction to GitHub Flavored Markdown
12 Collaborate With Contributors Inside of Repositories – Part 1
13 Collaborate With Contributors Inside of Repositories – Part 2
14 Implementing a git-flow Strategy for Your Projects – Part 1
15 Implementing a git-flow Strategy for Your Projects – Part 2
16 Introduction to GitHub Actions – Part 1
17 Introduction to GitHub Actions – Part 2
18 Applying DevOps to a GitHub Project – Part 1
19 Applying DevOps to a GitHub Project – Part 2
20 Workflow Automation with GitHub Pages
21 Workflow Automation Implementation on Profile page
22 Workflow Automation Implementation on Profile page
23 Course Conclusion
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