Git & GitHub for Beginners Course Overview

Git & GitHub for Beginners Course Overview

The "Git & GitHub for Beginners" course provides a comprehensive introduction to version control using Git and GitHub. It is designed to help learners understand and apply the fundamental concepts of source code management. Git for beginners is covered in Module 1, where participants learn how to install, configure, and initialize Git, as well as basic command-line usage. Module 2 dives into creating and managing files and folders with Git, including adding files, staging, commits, and working with branches.

As learners progress to Module 3, they are introduced to GitHub for beginners, creating accounts, repositories, and learning to synchronize their local repositories with remote ones on GitHub. Finally, Module 4 focuses on branching in GitHub, covering the GitHub Flow, and how to handle branches remotely. This course equips learners with the skills to manage their projects efficiently, collaborate with others, and contribute to open-source projects using Git and GitHub.

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Course Prerequisites

To ensure a productive learning experience in the Git & GitHub for Beginners course, it is beneficial for students to possess a foundational set of skills and knowledge. The prerequisites are designed to be inclusive and attainable, allowing individuals from diverse backgrounds to engage with the course material effectively. Below are the minimum required prerequisites:

  • Basic understanding of version control concepts: Familiarity with the idea of tracking changes and managing versions of files.
  • Fundamental computer literacy: Ability to navigate the operating system (Windows, macOS, or Linux) and manage files and directories.
  • Basic familiarity with command line interface (CLI): Comfort with executing simple commands in a terminal or command prompt environment.
  • Basic text editing skills: Ability to create and edit text files using a text editor.
  • An open mindset to learn new tools and workflows: Willingness to adopt new technologies and adapt to the Git and GitHub ecosystem.

No prior experience with Git, GitHub, or any other version control system is necessary. The course is designed to guide beginners through the basics and establish a strong foundation in both Git and GitHub.

Target Audience for Git & GitHub for Beginners

Learn the essentials of version control with our Git & GitHub for Beginners course, tailored for aspiring and current developers.

  • Software Developers and Programmers
  • Web Designers and Developers
  • DevOps Engineers
  • Technical Project Managers
  • Computer Science/Engineering Students
  • Data Scientists
  • Technical Writers
  • System Administrators
  • Quality Assurance Testers
  • IT Professionals looking to improve their workflow
  • Hobbyists wanting to manage personal projects

Learning Objectives - What you will Learn in this Git & GitHub for Beginners?

Learning Outcomes Introduction:

This Git & GitHub for Beginners course equips learners with the foundational skills to manage source code, collaborate on development projects, and effectively use Git and GitHub through practical, hands-on experience.

Learning Objectives and Outcomes:

  • Understand the basics of version control and the advantages of using Git for source code management.
  • Install Git and configure it on your local machine for personal use and collaboration.
  • Navigate and utilize the command line for executing Git commands efficiently.
  • Initialize a local Git repository to start managing a new project's version history.
  • Master the staging and commit process to capture snapshots of the project's progress.
  • Learn to create, switch, and merge branches in Git to handle multiple lines of development.
  • Set up a GitHub account to leverage remote repositories for backup and collaboration.
  • Push local repositories to GitHub and manage project files directly on the platform.
  • Acquire the skills to pull updates from GitHub to keep the local repository synchronized.
  • Understand and implement the GitHub Flow for a collaborative and continuous development process.