GIT Tutorial Archive

Description

This is an archive of class materials presented in October 2018. This tutorial introduces GIT as a tool at the level of absolute beginner that wants to version control their own code, and progress through advanced concepts involving multiple collaborating parties.

Instructors

Antia Lamas, Ph.D.

Antia joined TACC in 2015 as a member of the HPC Software Tools group. She has a background in experimental quantum information with a PhD in Physics from the University of Oxford. At TACC, Antia maintains several packages in the HPC stack and helps users adapt their workflows to take full advantage of computational and storage resources. Additionally, she is in the process of installing and supporting several quantum computing simulation packages for use by the wider research community.

Damon McDougall, Ph.D.

Damon joined TACC last year as a member of the HPC Applications Group.  He came to us from ICES, the Institute for Computational Engineering and Sciences at UT Austin.  He earned his Ph.D. in Applied Mathematics from the University of Warwick.

Materials

Slides for this tutorial are available here:




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