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Getting started with Git: tips for source code management in research projects

23.07.2024
10:00 - 12:00

Writing your own code might be difficult, but is absolutely necessary in many research areas. Version control is of great advantage to optimize your own coding projects. Thus, if there are any mistakes, you can easily go back to a stable version via backup copies. This course describes the basics of a program called Git. It can be used to manage different versions of your coding projects. Our lecture especially addresses researchers that have no experiences with Git.

 

For organisational reasons, pre-registration is required. Please use the corresponding Stud.IP course for this purpose.

 

If you do not have a Stud.IP account, please pre-register per e-mail: learnit@bibliothek.uni-halle.de

 

The course is held online via MLUconf:

https://mluconf.uni-halle.de/b/rob-yz7-3e4

Organizer

Christian Peters
Email
christian.peters@bibliothek.uni-halle.de

Other Organizers

Dr. Roberto Carlos Cozatl Manzano
Email
roberto.cozatl@bibliothek.uni-halle.de

Location

Virtual training room

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