According to Wikipedia, Git is a distributed version control system that tracks changes in any set of computer files, usually used for coordinating work among programmers collaboratively developing source code during software development. Luckily for us it’s far more interesting than it sounds on paper as it’s going to be the topic of the third in our series of computer science masterclasses, sponsored by Bristol Braille Technology.
We’ll start off by cutting through some of the technobabble typically associated with tools such as this and then get hands on with some simple examples using the popular Liblouis project. We’ll build on our Linux skills from the previous class along the way and even do a little bit of programming before ending the session with your questions.
To join by phone, please use these details:
- Phone number: 0131 460 1196
- Meeting ID: 824 7645 2710
- Passcode: 123456