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Emanuele Bartolesi
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Learning GitHub: a course

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GitHub is an incredibly useful and powerful tool for web developers, and its learning curve can be daunting to newcomers. To help users overcome this challenge and gain the full benefits of the platform, I'm thrilled to announce the launch of my new course, Learning GitHub.

This course is designed to provide users with an in-depth introduction to the platform, teaching them the fundamentals of GitHub and how to get the most out of its tools. Through a series of easy-to-follow tutorials, users will soon become comfortable navigating GitHub and taking advantage of its features, such as creating their own repositories and collaborating with others.

The course covers everything from basic repository setup to more advanced topics like branching and merging. Users will learn how to use GitHub's issue tracker, how to manage code reviews, and how to contribute to open-source projects. Furthermore, they'll learn best practices for coding with GitHub, such as writing helpful commit messages and utilizing the built-in code review features.

In the course you can find also an introduction to the latest features like GitHub Copilot and GitHub Codespaces.

If you're looking to take your development skills and knowledge to the next level, Learning GitHub is the perfect way to get started. Join the course today and start your journey to becoming a GitHub pro!

You can find the course on LinkedIn Learning: Learning GitHub
It's free for LinkedIn Premium users or you can buy the course directly from the course page.
I encourage you to subscribe to LinkedIn Premium because you have a lot of advantages, in addition to LinkedIn Learning.

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The main chapters of the course are the following:

  1. Introduction
  2. Getting started with GitHub
  3. The Basics
  4. Git from Command Line
  5. Working with GitHub Desktop
  6. Working with GitHub Command-Line Interface
  7. GitHub Copilot
  8. Deploying Websites with Git and GitHub
  9. Deploy to the Cloud
  10. Working with Codespaces
  11. Conclusion

Access the course

You can access the course directly from this link: Learning GitHub

If you don't have a subscription for LinkedIn Learning, you can watch the firsts chapters for free and then you can decide to subscribe or buy the single course.

My journey as LinkedIn Instructor

If you are interested you can find more information about my journey as a LinkedIn Instructor to the following post.

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