Git is a powerful free and open source software version control system that many developers use to safely collaborate on the same software project. Git's usefulness is not just limited to developers. Git has many potential uses for IT departments and non-developers. If you have things like network configs, login scripts, powershell, or documentation you need shared, versioned, documented, and backed-up then Git is your tool. Git can speed up your department's workflow, and help your staff learn from each other. This talk is intended for users with no Git experience with an emphasis on using Git for network and systems administration.
Time: May 2 - 3:30 PM
Location: Room 107
Audience Level: Novice
Audience Knowledge: Basic familiarity with command-line shells such as bash, cmd, or powershell is recommended but not necessary.