The workflow associated with Git was one of the key components of the first course of Viking Code School’s prep work, Web Development Basics. This assignment involved creating a simple Git repository via the command line and then pushing the local repo to GitHub. Commits to a single txt file containing separate lines of a knock knock joke were made. A conflict was intentionally created and resolved as well. You can view the repo here.
Creating a Pull Request
A second assignment involved forking an existing repo on GitHub of a series of review questions for the course. The fork was then cloned locally, solutions were added, committed, then pushed to the fork. My commits were then submitted as a pull request. You can view the forked repo here. The full list of my questions and answers will be included in the next post as an overview of the entire course.