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The git clone command is used to create a copy of a specific repository or branch within a repository. When you clone a repo you… Read More
OpenSource licensing is about the legal authorities of the project owner and contributors. An open source project means the project’s code, documentation, and other resources… Read More
An organization is a group of people where all developers collaborate and build scalable, sustainable, and modular products or services.  Community is highly important while… Read More
GitHub basically is a for-profit company owned by Microsoft, which hosts Git repositories online. It helps users share their git repository online, with other users,… Read More
Here we will create a new repository with GitHub desktop in a small illustrative react app. Here when we commit we are supposed to get… Read More
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The GitHub sponsorship profile supports you financially and the community, the open source work you are doing as a developer is rewarded by the people… Read More
Git is a distributed version control system. A version control system is a system that tracks the history of changes as people and teams collaborate… Read More
One of the great things about Git is that it’s *very careful about deleting data*. This makes it pretty hard to lose commits or other valuable… Read More
Git is a version management system for computer files that track changes. It is commonly used in software development for source code management. It is… Read More
At times, when you commit some changes to say a remote private repo, The git asks for your credentials so that it can verify if… Read More
Anaconda is a free and open-source distribution of the programming languages Python and R programming languages for scientific computing, data processing, and data analytics. It… Read More
Git is a free and open-source distributed version control system created by Linus Torvalds in 2005. Its features include support for distributed, non-linear workflows, branching,… Read More
Colab or Colaboratory is a cloud-based Jupyter environment from Google. It was developed by the Research Team at Google to build and test machine learning… Read More
GitHub Copilot is an AI tool developed by OpenAI and GitHub. Its purpose is to help developers using Integrated Development Environments (IDEs) like Visual Studio… Read More
Git is a FOSS (Free and Open Source Software) that is used to for version control of any set of files, typically, the source code… Read More

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