Command Line and Git versioning control software is required. Participants
should be proficient in navigating their machine and executing basic Git
commands using a shell scripting program (Terminal, Bash, etc.). Before
attending this workshop, learners should be able to create, modify and navigate
to a directory, place a directory under version control, and make, stage and
commit changes using Command Line. Learners must also open a GitHub account and
link SSH keys with that account prior to the workshop. Need to brush up on the Command Line and Git? Preparatory
workshops include DataLab’s Introduction to Command Line and Introduction to
Git for Version Control (for Winter 2021 materials, see https://datalab.ucdavis.edu/archive/).
Participants will need a computer on which they have administrative rights and are able to
install software; the latest versions of Zoom, Git, and (if using Windows)
Bash; a GitHub account; SSH keys linked with GitHub.
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