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GitHub For Dummies

Guthals, Sarah / Haack, Phil

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1. Auflage Juli 2019
368 Seiten, Softcover
Wiley & Sons Ltd

ISBN: 978-1-119-57267-1
John Wiley & Sons

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Code collaboratively with GitHub

Once you've learned the basics of coding the next step is to start sharing your expertise, learning from other coding pros, or working as a collaborative member of development teams. GitHub is the go-to community for facilitating coding collaboration, and GitHub For Dummies is the next step on your journey as a developer.

Written by a GitHub engineer, this book is packed with insight on how GitHub works and how you can use it to become a more effective, efficient, and valuable member of any collaborative programming team.
* Store and share your work online with GitHub
* Collaborate with others on your team or across the international coding community
* Embrace open-source values and processes
* Establish yourself as a valuable member of the GitHub community

From setting up GitHub on your desktop and launching your first project to cloning repositories, finding useful apps on the marketplace, and improving workflow, GitHub For Dummies covers the essentials the novice programmer needs to enhance collaboration and teamwork with this industry-standard tool.

Introduction 1

Part 1: Getting Started with GitHub.com 5

Chapter 1: Understanding the Git in GitHub 7

Chapter 2: Setting Up Your Collaborative Coding Environment 27

Part 2: Starting Your First Solo Project 39

Chapter 3: Introducing GitHub Repositories 41

Chapter 4: Setting Up a GitHub Website Repo 63

Chapter 5: Creating a Website with GitHub Pages 77

Part 3: Contributing to Your First Project 95

Chapter 6: Forking GitHub Repositories 97

Chapter 7: Writing and Committing Code 113

Chapter 8: Working with Pull Requests 133

Part 4: Manage and Contribute to Large Projects 153

Chapter 9: Exploring and Contributing to OSS 155

Chapter 10: Starting Your Own OSS 169

Chapter 11: Inner-Source Your Code on GitHub 189

Part 5: Make GitHub Work for You 209

Chapter 12: Collaborating Outside of GitHub 211

Chapter 13: GitHub Workflow Integrations 229

Chapter 14: Personalizing GitHub 251

Part 6: The GitHub Ecosystem 263

Chapter 15: Exploring the GitHub Marketplace 265

Chapter 16: GitHub and You 275

Chapter 17: Attending Events 285

Part 7: The Parts of Tens 295

Chapter 18: Ten Ways to Level Up on GitHub 297

Chapter 19: Ten Ways to Improve Your Development Workflow 309

Chapter 20: Ten Tips for Being an Effective Community Member 317

Index 325
Sarah Guthals, PhD is a social software engineer, entrepreneur, and former engineering manager at GitHub. She is coauthor of Helping Kids with Coding For Dummies. Phil Haack is a former engineering director at GitHub and senior program manager at Microsoft. He is author of a number of books on ASP.NET.