As part of GitHub Enterprise Server 3.6, enterprise customers will now be able to use GitHub Discussions.
Our first two September instances of the free “The Basics of GitHub” class were maxed out to the 100 person capacity within days of their announcement. If you weren’t able to get into the first ones, we’re revving up more instances on October 11th and October 24th at 10:00am MDT (time zone mappings can be found here)
In case you missed the details as to what this class is about, here’s the skinny again:
Are you new to Git and GitHub? Would you like to learn the basics but haven’t taken the time to read the GitHub Help pages yet? Join us for a free one hour course titled “The Basics of Using GitHub” held in a live webinar format with Matthew McCullough, the GitHub Git Trainer.
This class assists attendees in setting up Git at the command line, via GitHub for Mac, or within Eclipse via eGit. It offers GitHub newcomers a tour of what this feature-loaded version control tool and an equally powerful web application can do for developers, designers, and managers in both the open source and commercial software worlds.
The class size is limited. Seats, though free, are offered on a first-come first-serve basis. The class will be run every one to four weeks using the Windows-and-Mac-supporting GoToWebinar infrastructure.