ConUHacks III, Concordia University’s annual Hackathon event, will officially be open for registration Nov 2nd. To celebrate this year’s registration kick-off, students are invited to attend HackConcordia’s official Registration Launch event. You’ll meet the organizers behind this year’s amazing event and there will be an amazing community of people with similiar interests and passions to yours.
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GIT enables developers to collaborate, review, and manage code for their projects. The talk will cover topics from the basic concepts of version control to fundamental GIT commands to collaborating effectively on code with other developers. This widely used source code management system is something developers cannot imagine living without and although every team’s workflow is unique, some best practices hold true.
Spoke at Col4.0, Latin America’s largest digital content summit, on working in a distributed and delivered intro to Git and GitHub workshop. Read about the experience: My first experience as an international speaker
Created a blog post on my experience as a campus expert. I got through my journey of how I became a campus expert and how the 8 week program was covered. Part 2 coming soon! My journey in GitHub Campus Experts: Part 1
Delivered a workshop on intro to version control for students and hackers at Polytechnique’s hackathon, Hackatown, in Montreal. The workshop went through a brief history of version control, how to get started, the various clients available and covered topics like repositories, branches, commits, and more!
Developed a tutorial for Local Hack Day 2016 for students to build a plugin for the Atom editor.