I struggled through various aspects of GitHub when I first started using it about 2 years ago. Now it’s become part of my daily routine. Lately, I’ve gotten more and more requests to answer “What am I sure is a stupid question” from friends. To that end, I decided to create a short screencast series in which I will show the practicalities of using GitHub.
Commit Yourself and Enjoy!
Part 1 – What is GitHub?
Part 2 – Getting Started with GitHub – Users and Repositories
Part 3 – Working with Repositories – working with push, pull and clone; also performing basic commits to both local and remote repos
Part 4 – Handling Conflict – working with repo branches and forks; performing merges
Part 5 – Bonus – understanding and using data from your Repositories