|Introduction to Github Series|
|Lecture 01 - Open Source vs Closed Source|
|Lecture 02 - How Open Source System Works|
|Lecture 03 - Role of GitHub in Open Source System|
|Lecture 04 - Creating GitHub Account|
|Lecture 5 - Making Readme file in GitHub|
|Lecture 06 - Contribution graph on Github|
|Lecture 07 - Important terms of Github|
|Lecture 08 - Create and Delete Repository|
|Lecture 09 - Uploading Codes to Repository and Commits|
|Lecture 10 - Concept of Branch and pull Request|
|Desktop App installation adn Repo Cloning|
|Lecture 12 - Pushing changes to origin from desktop app|
|Lecture 13 - Creating branch and merging pull request from desktop app|
|lecture 14 - Using gitignore file|
|Lecture 15 - Dealing with Github Issues|
|Lecture 16 - Keyword to close issue with commit|
|Lec 17 - Repo Collaborator, Issue lable and Asignee System|
|Lec 18 - Issue with Desktop App and Achivment Tab on Profile|
|Lec 19 - Wiki and how to delete wiki home page on GitHub|
|Lecture 20 - Gists in Github|
|Lec 21 - Concept of Fork and Contribution Making|
|Lec 22 - Merging pull request from fork to original account|
|Lec 22 - Creating Issue and Getting it Resolve in Someone's Repo|
|Lec 24 - Single Line Comment on Single line code|
|Lecture 25 - Visit repo at some point on History|
|When to use var and dynamics in Csharp|
One of the best ways to improve your programming skills is contribute in open-source project.
If by chance students somehow get to know about the GitHub most of the GitHub guidelines are based on Command Line Interface (CLI) I don’t say CLI is not a good thing Command Line gives tough time to the noobs and they stop using GitHub.
This Tutorial Series is going to teach you GitHub without using any GitHub command. Every video is teaching different concepts of GitHub using Graphical User Interface (GUI) - From making your Own Repositories, branches, issues, wikis for the project and browsing your project to some point of history to contributing someone else's project by forking it or creating the issue in it or Understanding how Contribution graph work each and everything is covered in this series.
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