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Students learn from an interactive visual git simulator / game. This activity cover both local (on your laptop) and remote (internet-based code repository) Git functionality.
Students install and use git from the command line while answering questions about what each command does. See Interactive Visualization with Git for the next in the series.
Participants, in teams of 2-3, work through a series of scenarios to learn how to contribute to open-source projects using a common workflow.
Participants, in teams of 2-3, work through an activity to learn how to install, configure, and use git to manage local repositories.
Introduction to git and cloning within a virtual machine.
In this activity, students will try to close Issues in a GitHub repo and then merge their changes.
Learner will get started with Git by working on a remote repository shared by other workshop learners.
Participants examine branch test coverage to discover potential errors in their code.
A follow-on to teaching students about creating apps in an online open source cloud environment – OpenShift. This time students focus on command-line driven tools, and the backends of building and deploying new application code via git.