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Using Git Flow to collaborate on projects

May 15, 2019

MC 7-300

  • Git and GitHub, when used together, provide a collaborative platform for task management, version tracking, and collaboration on outputs across teams of any size. This training series introduces the concepts of Git, GitHub, and the Git client; provides an introduction to Git and GitHub repositories inside and outside the World Bank Group; provides an introductions to using GitHub for task management; and demonstrates the use of the Git Flow workflow system for collaborative work.

    In this module, 'Using Git Flow to collaborate on projects'  we will explore

    • the Git Flow workflow, a practical method for organizing collaborative work in Git and GitHub across a team of any size. 


    • Introduction to Git and GitHub sessions 1 and 2 

    Audience: RAs and TTLs with technical competencies who are interested in using Git software to coordinate technical work or prepare public release repositories.

    Registration is required to participate.


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