Start to use GitHub pull requests like a master
Start to use GitHub pull requests like a master Pull Requests In-Depth Part 2
Course Provider: Person
Course Provider Name: Arthur Tkachenko
Course Provider URL: https://www.udemy.com/user/arthur-tkachenko/
What you’ll learn: Start to use GitHub pull requests like a master
How to create a pull request
How to review a pull request
Real examples of pull requests
Most common features that you can use at pull requests
Pull requests – advanced cases
You should understand the basics of Git and have a GitHub account
Start to use GitHub pull requests like a master Description
Free and open-source, Git is a distributed version control system that makes collaborative software projects more manageable. Many projects maintain their files in a Git repository. Websites like GitHub have made sharing and contributing to code simple, valuable, and useful.
Open-source projects that are hosted in public repositories benefit from contributions made by the broader developer community through pull requests, which request that a project accept changes you have made to its code repository.
This course will guide you through making a pull request to a Git repository at GitHub. It will help to understand how you can contribute to open-source software projects and private as well.
We will also discuss a lot of details related to pulling requests, workflows, everyday tasks that can be done. We have many “how-to” lessons, so you can try how things work by your hands.
- Beginner developers that want to learn how to collaborate with team members
- Developers that want to extend their knowledge of how to use version control systems
- Developers that want to become a Tech Lead and manage teammates
My name is Arthur
- I’m building tools for Food Tech projects
- Teaching to code my team of interns.
- I am writing articles on Medium – explaining how I’m building a company.
I managed team members with a different skillset. Usually, I’m managing developers. Before, I managed a 10+ members team, created documentation for complex projects. Right now, I’m coding at React/Nodejs.