Creating a portfolio in GitHub pages
During engineering education, running behind in learning academics, programming languages, coding, finding more about the latest technologies, and many more, the chances for students to learn advanced topics are more. But there are some essential chapters and tools that are left out, which students have very limited knowledge of. Even though our best buddy computer does the major work, the lack of knowledge in these lessons has resulted in inefficiencies, wastage of time, data loss, and many more.Through this initiative, we are aiming to give an insight into those left-out chapters. We often fail to realize that there are lots of tools that can make our development process easier as these topics are not taught as part of our academics and have never learned how to use these tools. This learning program will help you master some essential tools and concepts that you can utilize throughout your coding journey. Our goal is to teach you such essential tools and concepts for making development easier for those who already know programming and coding and also for those who are getting started with coding. In this course, we're gonna learn about Git and Github, why they are important and how to use them.
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In this course, you’ll learn how to keep track of the different versions of your code and configuration files using a popular version control system (VCS) called Git. We'll also go through how to setup an account with a service called GitHub so that you can create your very own remote repositories to store your code and configuration.

Throughout this course, you'll learn about Git's core functionality so you can understand how and why it’s used in organizations. We’ll look into both basic and more advanced features, like branches and merging. We'll demonstrate how having a working knowledge of a VCS like Git can be a lifesaver in emergency situations or when debugging. And then we'll explore how to use a VCS to work with others through remote repositories, like the ones provided by GitHub.

By the end of this course, you'll be able to store your code's history in Git and collaborate with others in GitHub, where you’ll also start creating your own portfolio!

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