|05 Feb 2021||Streamed|
|06 - 08 Oct 2021||Streamed|
|14 - 16 Mar 2022||Lausanne|
|12 - 14 Oct 2022||Lausanne|
|22 - 24 Feb 2023||Lausanne|
|02 - 04 Oct 2023||Lausanne|
Due to the high number of applications, this course has been duplicated with this new date, but is now full as well.
This course will be streamed only for the registered participants, who will receive specific information directly from the respective course’s organizers.
Git is an open source, distributed, version control system for tracking changes in source code and other types of text documents. Created by Linus Torvald and first released in 2005, Git has become the de-facto standard for project source code management, and is extensively used both in open source and commercial software development. The usage of Git is not limited to code development, but can also be used to keep track of data analysis scripts and pipelines.
This one-day course will give an introduction to Git and its most useful commands.
Please note that it was not possible to schedule this extra course before the - Version Control with Git - Advanced Topics. We might organize a later advanced session in case of high demand.
This course is addressed to people with no or little knowledge of Git and that are interested in using a version control system for collaborative work or simply to keep track of modification in their files. This obviously includes people working on code development, but also scientist interested in improving the reproducibility of their data analyses by keeping track of their scripts using a version control system.
At the end of the course, the participants are expected to have understood and practiced the following:
The course is focused on using Git in command line mode (no graphical user interface). Therefore it will very useful to have at least some basic knowledge of UNIX command line, e.g. how to change directory or how to edit a file in a command line editor such as vim/nano. If you are not familiar with these UNIX fundamentals, we suggest that you do the following online tutorial before the start of the course.
A Wi-Fi enabled laptop with a recent version of Git installed. Git is available on all major platforms (https://git-scm.com/download)
The registration fees for academics are 60 CHF.
Deadline for registration is set to 14/01/2021 and free-of-charge cancellation is set is set to 20/01/2021. Cancellation after this date will not be reimbursed. Please note that participation to SIB courses is subject to our general conditions.
You will be informed by email of your registration confirmation.
The course will be hosted online and start at 9:00 CET and end around 17:00 CET using Zoom. The participants will get detailed information before the course.
Coordination: Grégoire Rossier
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