Wednesday January 17, 2018:
ABOUT THE PRESENTATION
Git is popular version control software. It’s used primarily in software development, but is seeing increasing usage in other areas, such as writing. “Git for Non-Programmers” teaches you the fundamentals of Git, without any assumption that you have a software development background.
ABOUT THE PRESENTER
Jimmy Cuadra is a computer programmer living in San Francisco, CA. He’s worked many parts of the software development stack including front end web development, back end server software, quality assurance, and cloud infrastructure. Jimmy loves good documentation, contributing to the open source software community, and his pug, Carl.
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Date and Time
Meetings are held on the third Wednesday of each month, except November and December.
6:00 PM: Networking
7:00 PM: Chapter Announcements and Topic Presentation
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