Presented by: Patrick Meade
Room: Nicholas Hall (2080)
Time: 1:20-1:40 PM
Version control is a requirement for software development and very useful for system administration. Our industry has been through many kinds (RCS, CVS, SVN), but the current standard in our industry is Git. This talk walks people through the basics of version control, and using Git on their own projects as well as collaborating with others.
Ideally participants will learn what Git is used for, why they would want to use it, and how to use it for basic use cases including collaborating with others on software development.