A two-day hands-on workshop that teaches git from the basics all the way to advanced usage
July 27th (Saturday) - 28th (Sunday), 2013, Bangalore.
10:00 AM to 6:00 PM
This course is for programmers who are interested in learning how to use the git version control system. We will cover basic usage, architecture, the branching model, workflows and how to use git along with github.
Limited seats! (Check out the last edition)
Available till July 05, 2013
Available till July 26, 2013
Your ticket includes entry to the workshop, food and any course material provided by the instructor.Buy tickets
No. 24, 1st floor, Krishna Reddy Colony, Domlur Layout, Bangalore 560071Google Map!
Participants are required to have some experience with version control. This means that terms like "check in", "version" etc. will make sense to them.
Participants are expected to be comfortable with a UNIX environment. Typical command line tool usage, the kind that one normally encounters when working on Linux.
The presentation and exercises are tested on Linux. It's best to have a GNU/Linux variant installed on it since git is a child of the UNIX tradition.
Noufal Ibrahim is a freelance programmer and trainer based in Calicut. He's the founder of PyCon India and has been a member of the PSF board since 2012.
He's mostly interested in software infrastructure and works as a freelance programmer/trainer. He practices western calligraphy as a hobby in his free time.(Twitter) | (Github) | (Emacsmovies) | (Website)
I think the workshop was amazing and covered a lot of ground in the time we had. I had a great time attending it and thanks to Hasgeek and Noufal for doing it.
Git Workshop was one of the best hands-on sessions I have attended. Especially the speaker Noufal, he was very good at explaining the internals of Git. Overall I am very pleased with the session and would love to see more of such sessions from you guys.
The kid in me that enjoys looking under the hood and tinkering with innards of any product of sufficient complexity is happy to have experienced the same for two days at the gitworkshop. Towards the end, I emerged greasy, sweaty and incredibly satisfied at also being able to put the pieces back together :)
The workshop was very informative and the exercises were extensive. I personally liked the fact that it was detailed to the last bit, and not just going through the set of commands.You guys are doing a great job. Keep up the good work.
The workshop did meet my expectations and was a good learning experience.
Some points to highlight for this:
1.The facilitator's interest to resolve queries posted by the participants.
2.The support team's effort in making the workshop an enjoyable one.