GitHub Corporate Training Course

GitHub training course is designed to equip organizations with the skills and knowledge needed to manage and maintain Linux-based systems effectively. With Linux being the preferred operating system for many enterprise applications, organizations need experts who efficiently configure, secure, and troubleshoot these systems.

8 - 16 hrs
Instructor-led (On-site/Virtual)
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GitHub Training

Drive Team Excellence with GitHub Corporate Training

On-site or Online GitHub Training - Get the best GitHub training from top-rated instructors to upskill your teams.

Elevate your organization's capabilities with our exclusive GitHub Corporate training course. Designed to empower your team with GitHub instructor-led training as your gateway to mastering the art of collaboration, version control, and agile development. Led by seasoned GitHub Instructors, our immersive, hands-on sessions bring the power of GitHub right to your doorstep with onsite GitHub training tailored to your specific needs.

Experience a transformation in your team's productivity as they learn to streamline workflows, collaborate seamlessly, and harness the full potential of GitHub for your corporate projects. Take this opportunity to take your organization's innovation to the next level. Invest in onsite GitHub training today and watch your team thrive.

GitHub Training for Employees: Key Learning Outcomes

Develop essential skills from industry-recognized GitHub training providers. The course includes the following key learning outcomes:

  • Create branches and resolve conflicts
  • Implement best practices for software development workflows using GitHub
  • Leverage GitHub's integrations and automation tools to streamline development processes
  • Utilize GitHub's collaborative features to enhance team collaboration and project management
  • Understand the importance of code review and utilize GitHub's code review features effectively

Key Benefits of the Training

  • Enables scalability and adaptability in software development processes
  • Facilitates effective collaboration and knowledge sharing among employees
  • Improves project management with GitHub's capabilities for planning and tracking
  • Streamlines development workflows by automating processes and integrating tools
  • Boosts productivity by enabling seamless teamwork and efficient project coordination
  • Enhances transparency and visibility into development activities for better decision-making

GitHub Training Topics and Outline

This GitHub Training curriculum is meticulously designed by industry experts according to the current industry requirements and standards. The program provides an interactive learning experience that focuses on the dynamic demands of the field, ensuring relevance and applicability.

  1. Overview of GitHub:
    • Introduction to GitHub and its importance in software development
    • Advantages of using GitHub for version control and collaboration
  2. Understanding Version Control:
    • Definition and purpose of version control systems
    • Benefits of version control in software development
  3. Exploring GitHub's Key Features:
    • Repository management and organization
    • Issue tracking and project management
    • Collaboration through pull requests and code reviews
  1. Understanding Repositories, Branches, and Commits:
    • Definition and structure of a Git repository
    • Creating, cloning, and initializing repositories
    • Basic Git commands for commits and branching
  2. Collaborating with Pull Requests:
    • Working with forks and remote repositories
    • Creating and managing pull requests
    • Reviewing and merging pull requests
  3. Managing Issues:
    • Creating, assigning, and labeling issues
    • Tracking progress and closing issues
    • Using issue templates and automation
  1. Installing Git:
    • Installing Git on Windows, macOS, and Linux
    • Configuring Git settings and global configurations
    • Verifying Git installation and version
  2. Configuring Git with GitHub Credentials:
    • Setting up authentication with GitHub
    • Generating and adding SSH keys to GitHub account
    • Configuring Git credentials caching
  3. Setting up SSH Keys:
    • Generating SSH keys for secure authentication
    • Adding SSH keys to GitHub account
    • Testing SSH connection to GitHub
  1. Creating a New Repository on GitHub:
    • Creating a new repository through the GitHub UI
    • Configuring repository settings and permissions
    • Initializing a local repository and connecting it to GitHub
  2. Cloning a Repository:
    • Cloning a remote repository to the local machine
    • Configuring remote tracking branches
    • Updating and syncing local repository with remote changes
  3. Making Changes and Committing:
    • Modifying files in the repository
    • Staging and committing changes using Git
    • Viewing commit history and differences
  4. Pushing Changes to Remote Repositories:
    • Pushing local commits to remote repositories
    • Handling conflicts during push operations
    • Pushing branches and tags to GitHub
  1. Collaborative Workflows with Branches and Merges:
    • Creating and managing branches for parallel development
    • Merging branches and resolving conflicts
    • Rebasing and cherry-picking commits
  2. Resolving Conflicts during Collaboration:
    • Identifying and understanding conflicts in Git
    • Resolving conflicts using Git's merge tools
    • Strategies for conflict resolution and best practices
  3. Managing Project Dependencies with Git Submodules:
    • Introduction to Git submodules
    • Adding, updating, and removing submodules
    • Synchronizing changes in submodules
  4. Understanding and Utilizing Git Hooks:
    • Overview of Git hooks and their purpose
    • Implementing client-side and server-side hooks
    • Common use cases and examples of Git hooks
  1. Navigating the GitHub User Interface:
    • Tour of the GitHub dashboard and navigation
    • Accessing and managing repositories and profiles
    • Exploring trending repositories and topics
  2. Personal and Organization Profiles:
    • Customizing personal and organization profiles
    • Managing repository visibility and access
    • Collaborating with other GitHub users
  3. Discovering Trending Repositories and Open-Source Projects:
    • Exploring trending repositories and developers
    • Discovering open-source projects and communities
    • Contributing to open-source projects on GitHub
  1. Configuring SSH Keys for Secure Authentication:
    • Generating SSH keys with secure configurations
    • Configuring SSH agent and agent forwarding
    • Adding SSH keys to GitHub and testing connection
  2. Setting up SSH Agent Forwarding:
    • Enabling SSH agent forwarding for seamless authentication
    • Configuring SSH client and server for agent forwarding
    • Troubleshooting SSH agent forwarding issues
  3. Troubleshooting SSH-related Issues:
    • Common SSH errors and their resolutions
    • Troubleshooting SSH connection problems
    • Debugging SSH issues with verbose logging
  1. Creating and Managing Repositories on GitHub:
    • Creating repositories with desired configurations
    • Managing repository settings, branches, and tags
    • Collaborating and managing access permissions
  2. Customizing Repository Settings and Permissions:
    • Configuring repository visibility and access control
    • Managing repository branches and default branch settings
    • Setting repository topics, descriptions, and README files
  3. Utilizing Issue Tracking and Project Boards:
    • Creating and managing issues for task tracking
    • Applying labels, milestones, and assignees to issues
    • Using project boards for project management
  1. Understanding the Concept of Branches in Git:
    • Overview of branching in Git and its purpose
    • Creating and switching branches locally and remotely
    • Viewing and managing branch history
  2. Collaborating on Branches with Pull Requests:
    • Creating pull requests from branches
    • Reviewing and providing feedback on pull requests
    • Merging pull requests and closing branches
  1. Creating and Managing Tags for Versioning:
    • Tagging specific commits for version identification
    • Creating lightweight and annotated tags
    • Pushing tags to remote repositories
  2. Publishing Releases and Distributing Software Packages:
    • Creating releases with release notes and assets
    • Managing release versions and pre-releases
    • Distributing software packages through GitHub releases
  3. Managing Release Notes and Changelogs:
    • Documenting release notes and changelogs
    • Formatting and organizing release documentation
    • Communicating changes and improvements to users
  1. Comparing Differences Overview
    • Understanding version control
    • Importance of comparing differences
  2. Comparing with Pull Requests
    • Creating a pull request
    • Reviewing and discussing changes
    • Addressing feedback and making revisions
  3. Comparing Commits
    • Viewing commit history
    • Distinguishing changes between commits
  4. Comparing Tags
    • Understanding tags in Git
    • Comparing code at specific tag points
  5. Advanced Comparing: Even More Fun
    • Diffing specific file versions
    • Comparing branches and resolving conflicts
  1. Social Coding Overview
    • Introduction to social coding and collaboration
    • Benefits of social coding on GitHub
  2. Copying A GitHub Repository by Forking
    • Forking a repository
    • Cloning a forked repository to local machine
  3. Creating A Branch on Your Fork
    • Understanding branches and their purposes
    • Creating and managing branches in Git
  4. Pull Requests
    • Opening a pull request from a branch
    • Discussing and reviewing changes in a pull request
  5. Updating Pull Requests
    • Making changes and updates to an existing pull request
    • Notifying reviewers of updates
  6. Accepting the Pull Request
    • Merging a pull request into the main branch
    • Resolving merge conflicts if necessary
  7. GitHub Graphs
    • Exploring contribution graphs
    • Analyzing repository activity and statistics
  8. Synchronize Changes Back to Your Fork
    • Updating a forked repository with changes from the original repository
  9. Enlisting Help with Collaborators
    • Adding collaborators to a repository
    • Collaborating and coordinating on projects
  1. GitHub Issues Overview
    • Introduction to GitHub Issues and their purpose
    • Benefits of using GitHub Issues for project management
  2. An Introduction to GitHub Issues
    • Creating and managing issues
    • Assigning and prioritizing issues
  3. Setting Up Issue Labels
    • Defining and organizing issue labels
    • Using labels for categorization and filtering
  4. Setting Up Milestones
    • Creating and tracking milestones for project progress
    • Assigning issues to milestones
  5. Creating Issues
    • Creating new issues with relevant details
    • Describing issue scope and impact
  6. Closing Issues
    • Resolving and closing issues
    • Adding resolutions and closing remarks
  7. Associating Issues with Commits
    • Linking commits to specific issues
    • Tracking code changes related to issues
  8. Using Mentions with Issues
    • Mentioning and notifying team members in issue discussions
    • Collaborating and seeking input through mentions
  1. GitHub Gists Overview
    • Introduction to GitHub Gists and their Purpose
    • Use cases for sharing code snippets with Gists
  2. Creating Gists
    • Creating and naming Gists
    • Adding code snippets and descriptions
  3. Working with Gists Locally
    • Cloning Gists to a local machine
    • Making changes and updating Gists
  4. Sharing Gists
    • Sharing Gists with others
    • Embedding Gists in other platforms
  5. Deleting Gists
    • Removing Gists from GitHub
    • Managing and cleaning up Gist repositories
  1. GitHub Organizations Overview
    • Introduction to GitHub Organizations and their benefits
    • Managing projects and repositories within an organization
  2. Creating a GitHub Organization
    • Creating and configuring a new organization
    • Adding members and defining roles
  3. Transferring a Repository to the Organization
    • Moving repositories from personal accounts to the organization
    • Maintaining ownership and permissions
  4. Forking Back to Your Account
    • Creating a personal fork from an organization repository
    • Keeping personal and organization repositories in sync
  5. Updating Remote References on the Local side
    • Managing remote references in Git
    • Keeping local branches up to date with remote repositories
  6. Branches and Confusion
    • Understanding branch management within organizations
    • Resolving conflicts and avoiding confusion
  7. Organizations vs. Personal Account
    • Understanding the differences and benefits of organizations
    • Choosing the right approach for your projects
  8. Working with Teams
    • Creating and managing teams within an organization
    • Defining team permissions and access levels
  9. Team Permissions
    • Assigning permissions and roles to team members
    • Controlling access to repositories and project resources
  10. Managing Teams
    • Adding and removing team members
    • Collaborating and coordinating within teams
  11. Organization's Profile
    • Customizing the organization's profile and information
    • Presenting the organization's projects and goals
  12. Destructive Actions
    • Understanding the consequences of destructive actions
    • Exercising caution and proper management in organization settings

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Elevate your team's GitHub skills with our GitHub corporate training course. Choose from transparent pricing options tailored to your needs. Whether you have a training requirement for a small group or for large groups, our training solutions have you covered.

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Our customized corporate training packages offer various benefits. Maximize your organization's training budget and save big on your GitHub training by choosing one of our training packages. This option is best suited for organizations with multiple training requirements. Our training packages are a cost-effective way to scale up your workforce skill transformation efforts..

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64 hours of training (includes VILT/In-person On-site)

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160 hours of training (includes VILT/In-person On-site)

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400 hours of training (includes VILT/In-person On-site)

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Unlimited duration

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This Corporate Training for GitHub is ideal for:

GitHub training course is ideal for organizations seeking to enhance the skills and capabilities of their employees, teams, and leaders. It caters to professionals at all levels, from beginners to experienced individuals, and is specifically designed for corporate entities looking for comprehensive and impactful training solutions.

Prerequisites for GitHub Training

There are no specific prerequisites for the GitHub training course. However, a basic understanding of Git will be beneficial.

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