Introduction to collaboration using Git and Github. I gave this talk for Michigan Hackers in September 2012.
Download the slides with speaker's notes: chris.dzombak.name/talks/pdf/2012-09-collaborating-with-git.pdf or browse them: speakerdeck.com/dzombak/collaborating-with-git-and-github
* I don't think I adequately impressed that it is very easy to learn about Git and solve problems yourself. It is well worth taking the initiative to do so; it'll make your life much easier.
* I didn't cover the tools and services Github provides in much detail. That could easily be another hour-long talk. For this talk, I wanted to focus on the basics of using Git, with just enough about collaboration and Github to be useful.
* In some demos, I used my custom short git aliases. If you see me type "git co", that means "git checkout"; "git ci" means "git commit".
This talk appears on my website: chris.dzombak.name/talks/2012-09-collaborating-with-git.html