Have you ever wanted to collaborate on a project with a group of developers, but were worried about keeping track of updated codes? If yes, Developer Student Club LUMS (powered by Google), IEEE LUMS and IEEE Computer Science Society welcomes you to the world of Open Source with our workshop on GitHub: Git-ing Together Again! GitHub is a code hosting platform for version control and collaboration that allows you to work together on a project, keep track of everyone’s progress, and manage multiple versions of it. Moreover, it helps organize all your tech-related projects in one place. Therefore, in case you lose track of your working project, GitHub will be the guardian angel that has got you handled!
If you’re an aspiring data scientist, web developer, open-source contributor, or from different background hoping to get into the development field, Git is something that you’ll be interested in
This year’s VIRTUAL Hackathon will bring together a mix of technologists, designers, urban planners, social scientists, NGOs and CSOs, and government representatives to develop innovative solutions that have a positive social or civic impact using technology, data and digital tools. Over the course of about a week, you will work in teams to develop prototypes that tackle and address social and civic challenges in your communities related to the following six themes: Education Environmental Sustainability Fintech Food Security Health Public Safety and Security
This is a 2 hours of meetup focused on Hacktoberfest, Open Source, Git and GitHub. We will start with an opening note, followed by the introduction of Hacktoberfest and Open source. Next, we will have a workshop on Git and GitHub which covers the basics. After that, we will talk about the GitHub Student Pack and how you can get free resources. Lastly, we will do a fun activity to put a smile on the audience’s face and refresh their mind.