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Coffee Talk - "Introduction to GiT – practical course for beginners", by Javi Gárate

Published: 09/05/2019

Tuesday, May 14th, 2019. Time: 15h.

Place: O.C. Zienkiewicz Conference Room, C1 Building, UPC Campus Nord, Barcelona

ABSTRACT

When undergoing software development projects a certain discipline and persistency is required, especially if one desired outcome is continuous code enhancement. For this, throughout history several version control systems have been developed so that potential chaos does not ensue when doing joint code development. In this Course Coffee Talk we will practice from scratch the basic necessary operations that every programmer needs to know in order to use GIT, a solution focused on version control that came from Linus Torvalds, father of the Linux kernel.

The objective of the course is to initiate, manage and use a GIT repository and be familiarized with the technology that helps develop in an orderly way small projects, such as an individual class assignment, midsize projects such as Kratos with more than 100 active developers, or even Windows with more than 4000 simultaneous developers. It is recommended to bring your laptop to the course. The talk and the presentation will be in Spanish.

SPEAKER CV
Javi Gárate is a Computer Science engineer specialized in information technology by the UPC and currently attending the Mobile applications development Master by the UOC. He has been working in CIMNE since 2011 and ever since has collaborated with different departments such as TTS, Metalform, Quantech, TIC, Kratos y GiD. Currently he is combining his work in CIMNE where he is in charge of the GID interfaces with the development of the Kratos problemtype and working at Inergy, a company specialised in energy efficiency and management applications and services.

IMPORTANT NOTE! From March 2019 registration is mandatory. The access is open and free, but it is necessary to register before attending. Please, fill in the following form if you want to attend the seminar.

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