GitHub is a web-based Git or version control repository and Internet hosting service. It offers all of the distributed version control and source code management (SCM) functionality of Git as well as adding its own features. It provides access control and several collaboration features such as bug tracking, feature requests, task management, and wikis for every project.

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  • New: GitHub is where people build software. More than 19 million people use GitHub to discover, fork, and contribute to over 51 million projects.
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  • What is GitHub?

    Ever wondered how GitHub works? Let's see how Eddie and his team use GitHub. As always, feel free to leave us a comment below and don't forget to subscribe: http://bit.ly/subgithub Thanks! Connect with us. Facebook: http://fb.com/github Twitter: http://twitter.com/github Google+: http://google.com/+github LinkedIn: http://linkedin.com/company/github About GitHub GitHub is the best place to sha...

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  • The Octocat Plushie

    Add a little plush to your life. Available now at shop.github.com As always, feel free to leave us a comment below and don't forget to subscribe: http://bit.ly/subgithub Thanks! Connect with us. Facebook: http://fb.com/github Twitter: http://twitter.com/github Google+: http://google.com/+github LinkedIn: http://linkedin.com/company/github About GitHub GitHub is the best place to share code wit...

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  • New: GitHub is where people build software. More than 18 million people use GitHub to discover, fork, and contribute to over 48 million projects.
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  • Scaling at GitHub, Patrick Reynolds - Git Merge 2016

    The GitHub Systems team provides Git as a fast and reliable service, both as the backend for GitHub.com the website, and directly to users. To do that, we first make Git itself fast and reliable. But we also must consider Git as a distributed application, at the scale of billions of operations per day. Hear about the challenges that presents, and learn about the bespoke tools GitHub has built to m...

  • Linux Kernel Development, Greg Kroah-Hartman - Git Merge 2016

    The Linux kernel is the largest collaborative software development project ever. This talk will discuss exactly how Linux is developed, how fast it is happening, and how we all try to stay sane keeping up with it (hint, git is the reason). Greg Kroah-Hartman is a Fellow at the Linux Foundation. He is currently responsible for the stable Linux kernel releases, and is a maintainer of the USB, TTY, ...

  • Adopt Git at Scale and Stay Sane, Lars Schneider - Git Merge 2016

    Git is hard to grasp. This is especially true if you've worked for decades with centralized version control systems such as Perforce, CVS or SVN. This talk is about our journey to on-board 4000+ engineers with 200+ different code bases to Git at Autodesk. Amongst other things, Lars will cover how we manage the Git client setup at that scale as well as AutoDesk's experiences with large Git reposito...

  • Change Needs Management, Emily Jane Hogbin Westby - Git Merge 2016

    For over a decade Emma Jane Hogbin Westby has been teaching people how to use version control systems. Most people she's encountered still find Git hard to learn on their own. In this session you will learn why most approaches to teaching Git fail to appropriately address the adult learner, and what you can do to make the on-boarding experience easier for others. She will touch on adult education ...

  • From CLI to GUI: Overcoming Challenges to Advance Git, John Haley & Hamid Shojaee - Git Merge 2016

    Git was designed with the command line in mind, but does that hold the application back? John Haley, Product Owner of Axosoft GitKraken and Hamid Shojaee, Founder of Axosoft, argue that the CLI can be complicated and confusing, with a steep learning curve even for developers. That’s why they’ve created a Git client that is not only beautiful and easy-to-use, but actually translates Git concepts in...

  • Repo factoring, Charles Bailey - Git Merge 2016

    In this talk, Charles will cover analyzing objects within the git repo, rewriting history, and tools & techniques for migrating your team to a healthier repository. He'll show how to use a new option to 'git cat-file' to analyse what is taking up the space in your repository and how effective Git's delta compression is in your repository. Charles will also demonstrate one way to rewrite history,...

  • Tracking Huge Files with Git LFS, Tim Pettersen - Git Merge 2016

    Developers love Git for its raw speed, powerful history traversal, distributed nature, and the fact that it was built by uber developer Linus Torvalds. What we don't love is the fact that, out of the box, Git has somewhat lacking support for tracking large binary files! Fortunately, developers from GitHub, Atlassian, and Visual Studio Online have teamed up to work on an open source (MIT licensed)...

  • Git for Static Websites, Ryan Hodson - Git Merge 2016

    Streamlining your static website development workflow is easy with Git. Learn the benefits of “going static” for everything from simple Jekyll blogs hosted on GitHub Pages to prime-time commercial marketing websites. We’ll survey the static website landscape, including Jekyll, Gulp, and automated deployment with Git and Heroku. We’ll also explore practical use cases like automatically purging your...

  • 20 Tricks with Git and Shell, Spencer Krum - Git Merge 2016

    Learn about a number of neat tricks used on the command line to make git experiences more straightforward. Most of these tricks compose the standard unix utilities. Only one or two require any packages outside of the standard set. At least one of these tricks will wow you so much that you’ll add it to your .bashrc on the spot. Discover the patterns used construct these small utilities and you will...

  • Dissecting Git's Guts, Emily Xie - Git Merge 2016

    In this talk, Emily will explore and use Git’s plumbing commands to dissect what is going on behind the scenes at a low level when we use Git. Along the way, we’ll solidify our conceptual understanding of Git, exploring questions such as: How does Git store our information? What is at the heart of a branch? What is actually happening when you do a Git checkout? Or a reset? Emily Xie is a software...

  • Version Controlled CI and CD, Sytse "Sid" Sijbrandij - Git Merge 2016

    Now is the time to bring the collaborative DVCS workflow to your deployments. This talk walks you through the essential steps of making the collaborative DVCS workflow a reality at your company, and then discusses the strategies GitLab utilizes to make the most of this process. Sid saw the first ruby code in 2007 and loved it, so he learned to program and made this his profession. Previously, he...

  • Git Is Taking Over Microsoft, Saeed Noursalehi - Git Merge 2016

    Microsoft is in the middle of moving the majority of its own product development onto Git. Yes, that Microsoft. From small codebase to large. Over 15k developers are already using Git today, with 10’s of thousands yet to come. The journey to get there has been an interesting one, full of ups and downs. Saeed will discuss Microsoft's journey and the challenges along the way, both social and technic...

  • The Coding Chef: Optimizing Tools & Workflows, Juan Pablo Buritica - Git Merge 2016

    Public recipes are the original open source, and for hundreds of years cooks have not only shared their source but also built incredible schools in their kitchens. Cooks of all levels face the constant pressure of staying relevant, and just like the best engineers, they do this by doggedly practicing the basics while experimenting on the bleeding edge. In this talk, we’ll learn to stay relevant by...

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