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Git for NORMAL Developers


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At Improving Houston

Thursday, June 13, 2019
6:30 PM - 8:30 PM

Git for NORMAL Developers

Featured Speaker: Joseph Reynolds

Are you a developer who recently started using Git in VSTS? Maybe you’ve been using it for a while, but your team needs some help with branching and merging? Or maybe you just want to see some of the tools out there that make Git easier to use?

This is the class for you! We’re going to focus on what most of us do 75% of the time in Git, and how to use that to make your life easier.

About Joseph Reynolds:
Joseph earned his Master of Science in Information Technology, with a focus in Software Architecture from Capella University in 2009.

With a Bachelor in Psychology, a Master’s in IT, and graduate work in Technical Communications, Joe offers a unique variety of C# and app development expertise. He is an organizer and speaker at Houston area .Net user groups, blogs here at InfoCraft, and is a member of the Lonestar College IT Advisory Board. When not working in the office or at home, he can generally be found at St Jonah Orthodox Church, or rolling dice with his various gaming friends.

In January of 2013, Joseph was honored to receive the Microsoft C# MVP award.

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