Code4Lib SIG Meeting

Speaker Evan Misshula
Evan Misshula is a GC Digital Fellow and sixth year PhD student in Criminal Justice at the CUNY Graduate Center. He works part-time as a data scientist at the John Jay Research and Evaluation Center where we evaluate anti-violence programs. He serves as a CUNY John Jay Presidential Fellow where ...

Evan Misshula is a GC Digital Fellow and sixth year PhD student in Criminal Justice at the CUNY Graduate Center. He works part-time as a data scientist at the John Jay Research and Evaluation Center where we evaluate anti-violence programs. He serves as a CUNY John Jay Presidential Fellow where he works on the Misdemeanor Justice Project. At John Jay he is a member of the Punishment-2-Public-Health-Academy and the Social Network Research Group (SNRG-NYC). At the CUNY GC, he is a member of the Pattern Recognition Lab directed by Robert Haralick.

Full Description
Collaboration with Git
 
Please join us for the spring 2015 Code4LibNYC meeting, convened by Stephen Klein and Tessa Fallon. This meeting will feature a workshop led by Evan Misshula on using GitHub for collaboration.
 
At this workshop, participants will learn how to fork a repository, clone a repository, make their own branch, incorporate upstream changes, and use that branch to generate a pull request. Participants will also learn how to create and close issues in Github.
 
This session will be interactive; please plan to bring along a laptop with GitHub downloaded and installed. It’s recommended that your computer’s operating system is up to date (Windows 7 or 8, Yosemite for MacBooks). Please note that we will not have time to repair broken permissions or otherwise fix broken computers.
 
 
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When?

Wed, May. 20, 2015
3 p.m. - 5 p.m. US/Eastern

How Much?

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Where?

METRO Training Center (4th floor)
57 E. 11th Street
New York, NY 10003