Sunday, 13 December 2015

A Crash Course on Windows Command Prompt and Git (2 hours)

(before the workshop)
You are highly encouraged to have a Mac or Windows machine with the following:

  1. Personal GitHub Account
  2. GitHub Desktop Application
  3. SourceTree Application (I quit)

Setting up a repository (first 15 minutes of the workshop)
Instructions for GitHub (Website):

  1. Create a new repository or fork the repository from me. Reference below.

Instructions for GitHub Desktop (Application):

  1. Click the "Settings" icon on the top-right corner. Go to "Options".
  2. Add your account and configure Git with your name and e-mail (configuration details may be the same as those of your account).
  3. Click the "+" icon on the top-left corner. Go to "Clone" and click the repository you created or forked. Check "Clone (your repository)". Reference below.

Now we are ready to operate on our repositories through these applications.

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