Hocking College's Computer Science program will be hosting a 3-part series that will introduce students to GitHub. The trainings will take place in Oakley Hall from 6-8PM on the below dates:
- Friday, November 2 — Introduction to GitHub
- Friday November 16 — GitHub for Windows
- Friday, November 30 — Giting it All Together
What is GitHub?
GitHub is a code hosting platform that allows you and others to work together on projects from different locations.
This service can also be divided into two sections: Git and Hub. Git is a tool that lets code developers keep track of revisions to their work. Hub refers to the code writing community as a whole that utilizes GitHub.
What Are the Benefits of Using GitHub?
There are several benefits to using this service, including:
- It's free to open source projects, which makes it easier to get in-depth documentation and feedback
- The integrity of your data is always assured
- GitHub’s help section and guides provide you with articles in case you need to research a particular topic
- It can increase the chances of your profile being seen by a job recruiter
- Users don’t have to learn another system to have their content inputted in a format
- It's currently one of the world’s largest coding communities and can provide your projects with unlimited exposure
- Tracks changes so you will be able to have a version history of your code
- Can integrate with common platforms like Google and Amazon, track your feedback, and highlight syntax in over 200 different programming languages
Where Can I Get More Information on GitHub?
For more information on Hocking College’s Website and Application Development, contact Website and Applications Development Program Manager, Tasha Penwell, at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone at (740) 753-7181.
For more information on Hocking College’s Cybersecurity and Network Systems Program, contact Cybersecurity and Network Systems Program Manager, Mark Riley at email@example.com or by phone at (740)753-7209.