- Time: 5.12.2023 11:00-16:00
- Type: Workshop
- Language: English
- Duration: 5h
- Location: Delta building, Narva mnt 18 room 2005, Tartu
- Audience: Everyone who needs versioning
- Instructor: Priit Adler, PhD
Version control serves as the digital equivalent of a lab notebook. It is employed by professionals to monitor their progress and collaborate effectively. Its utility extends beyond software development; it can be used for books, papers, small datasets, or any evolving content that requires sharing.
Git is a globally adopted tool that helps developers manage changes in collaborative projects. Keeping a record of changes, complete with timestamps and explanations, becomes exceptionally valuable when returning to a project in the future, like a year later when recollection may be unclear.
Learning outcomes for the participants:
- Describe the importance of version control
- Create a repository in Git
- Track changes and collaborate in Git
- Solve conflicts in Git
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