Git is a version control system that allows developers to keep track of changes made to their code over time. It is widely used in the software development industry and provides an efficient way to collaborate on projects with a team. With Git, developers can work on their own local copy of a project, make changes and commits, and then merge those changes with the main project repository.
GitHub is a web-based platform that allows developers to store, manage, and share their Git repositories. It provides a user-friendly interface for managing repositories, tracking issues, and collaborating with others. GitHub also offers a range of additional features such as code review tools, continuous integration, and deployment.
During this introductory session, we'll cover the basics of Git and GitHub, including setting up a Git repository, making changes and commits, branching and merging, and working with GitHub. We'll also go over best practices for using Git and GitHub, such as creating descriptive commit messages and using pull requests for code review. By the end of this session, you should have a solid understanding of Git and GitHub and be ready to start using them for your own projects
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