I asked a friend recently to share his code with me, using Github.
He came back a few days later. He had tried but failed to upload the code. And then I remembered my first time with Git. All the tutorials, including the official one from Github, give you a hundred command line arguments to type. I forgot the commands five minutes later.
I’ve been using SVN for like 10 years now, and the only commands I remember are svn co and svn ci. While some people love the command line, most don’t (and I work entirely on Linux at work).
Anyway, I decided to create this small video ~10 minutes that shows you how to create your first Git project, with nary a command line in sight.
Level: Complete beginners to Git, who want to use a GUI client with Git
OS: Windows, though Mac should work (as I’m using the Github client).
Github Client for Windows
The Github project I created: https://github.com/shantnu/My-First-Github-ProjectPS: Want a free 1+ hour video course, Introduction to Web Scraping and Data Analysis? Also get a free mini-book, Python: From Apprentice to Master. I will never spam you. Unsubscribe anytime.