Talk: Git Good
Git. As developers, many of us use it everyday. Invented in 2005, this distributed version control system helped facilitate development of a single code base by large teams. It’s an invaluable resource for software engineers.
But what happens when you attempt to teach git to a photographer, business analyst, project manager, office manager, politician, or auto technician? Who would benefit from this seemingly random and industry-specific tool? And just how hard is it for “everyday people” to learn command line interfaces?
Come learn why spreading the gospel of git can help make not only the tech, but the entire world go ‘round.