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Modern Researcher 501: Getting started with GitHub

NOTE ON COVID: Due to the ongoing COVID 19 Pandemic, this event may need to shift to remote only. We are carefully watching the trends in cases and recommendations from Mines administration and will update you if this event is to go online.

Getting Started with Github

Presented by Seth Vuletich and Patrick Farrell

Though GitHub was designed as a hosting platform for version control and software development, it can be used to host any sort of data. This workshop led by Patrick Farrell and Seth Vuletich will cover some basic tasks in GitHub, background information, and walk you through the set-up process for a free account.


Please register in advance. Lunch will be provided for preregistered attendees.

This workshop is part of the Modern Research 501 workshop series. The Modern Researcher 501 is a workshop series aiming to provide early career researchers with tips, tools, and best practices across the research lifecycle.

The series is hosted weekly by Seth Vuletich, Scholarly Communications Librarian, and Roel Snieder, Director of the Center for Professional Development Education.

Related Link: Modern Researcher 501 Workshop @ Mines

Date:
Thursday, March 3, 2022
Time:
12:00pm - 1:30pm
Location:
Boettcher Room
Audience:
Graduate Students
Categories:
Workshops

Registration is required. There are 30 seats available.

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Modern Researcher 501: Getting started with GitHub

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Presented by
Seth Vuletich, Patrick Farrell

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Seth Vuletich