About the course
Git basics: What’s a repository, what’s a branch, how to access/clone a repository, create a branch, make changes, push these changes to GitHub.
Git Collaboration: How to submit a Pull Request, assigning reviewers, Pull request options, marking a PR as draft.
Extra: How to create a repository on GitHub
For users to be able to use Version Control for a project by using Git Commands to access a repository, work on any changes they make and push them to GitHub.
Then as a simulation for working in a project, push those changes to the default repo’s branch.
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Senior Data Scientist, NHS Digital
I joined NHS Digital in 2019 and have been working on training and implementing RAP principles with NHS Digital's data publication teams for the past year. We have managed to publish 7 publications' codebases on GitHub with more on the way.
Joined NHS Digital in September 2021 as a Graduate Trainee, after completing a Masters in Data Science. First placement was with NHS Spine. Second placement was working with the Business Intelligence Dashboards team, developing a testing framework for Tableau dashboards. Currently assigned to the RAP Squad, engaging with teams within NHS Digital and helping them learn and utilise RAP techniques and principles.