Workshop: Shell + Git + GitLab @ HZDR

Europe/Berlin
https://gather.town/app/LCmdtoquubYjFyR0/Workshop%20and%20Conference

https://gather.town/app/LCmdtoquubYjFyR0/Workshop%20and%20Conference

Christian Kaever, Fredo Erxleben (Helmholtz-Zentrum Dresden-Rossendorf) , Mani Lokamani (HZDR)
Description

General Information

Language English
Cost Free of charge
Level Beginner
Registration Period 2021-10-04 to 2021-10-10

 

 

 

 

Registration

You do not need to set up an Indico account to register.

Please note: To allow for a fairer distribution of seats across the various centers, the initial seat count per center has been limited. We encourage those that want to register after the seats for their center have been taken, to register on the waiting list instead. Remaining seats will be distributed among the waiting list according to first-come-first-serve. Persons on the waiting list will be notified regarding their registration on the work day after the end of the registration period.

Code of Conduct

We adhere to the Software Carpentries' Code of Conduct.
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Workshop Content

This workshop is conceptualized as a two-day event that covers the basic tools required for a research software workflow:

  • Working with a command-line interface (Shell) as a foundation for the following tools
  • Employing Git as version control system (VCS) for managing code development workflows
  • Introduction to project management with the GitLab web-platform

Preparations

Participants are asked to make sure they have the necessary rights to install software on their computers.

Installing the Required Tools

For this workshop two tools are required:

  • A Unix-compatible command-line interface (Shell for short)
  • The git tool

You can find detailed installation instructions for each of these tools here.

Setting up a SSH-Key pair

These are required to interact with GitLab from your local machine. You can refer to the GitLab documentation for instructions. Due to different center policies, we strongly recommend to ask your local IT support for help if you are unsure.

You do not need to add the keys to GitLab, we will do this during the workshop.