As part of the initial free Code Camp setup, I made a GitHub account. But I haven’t done anything with it since. But now that I’m starting to do some projects, it’s appropriate to start actually using GitHub.
Totally unfamiliar with GitHub, I started watching a free online course from udacity.com, and while I’m finding it interesting, it’s really in-depth and round-about, and thus doesn’t feel nearly essentialist enough for me right now.
So, I went for the basic GitHub.com tutorial, as found here, and I finished it within 10 minutes. I feel pretty good-to-go now with Git. Thanks, anyway, Udacity. (Although low key I’m still going to finish that course because I was genuinely finding it interesting.)