Patchwork is headed to Okayama, Japan! This event is open to beginners to Git and GitHub and mentors who want to help others learn. We’ll have stickers for everyone and a little something extra for the mentors, so we hope to see you there.
Special thanks to our partners for the event:
GitHubbers and community mentors will be on hand to walk the attendees through their choice of learning modules:
This app consumes internet bandwidth, so we encourage you to download it at your home before joining the event.
Patchwork is a self-directed, hands-on workshop for learning Git and GitHub. The atmosphere is casual and informal—it’s not an event full of presented tutorials and copious note-taking. You’ll be able to go at your own pace with the help of a community mentor nearby in case you run into any trouble. Join us for a night of hacking and snacking, and make some new friends while you’re at it!
Mentors: if you’ve ever had a pull request merged, now is your chance to share the love and help someone else create magic. :sparkles:
For: Beginners to Git and GitHub
When? May 11, 2018 5:30-8:30 pm
Where? 岡山国際交流センター, 〒700-0026 岡山市北区奉還町2丁目2番1号 (This venue is wheelchair friendly)
If you don’t have a GitHub account, we ask that you sign up before you attend the event. It’s fast, easy, and of course, free. This way you’ll be ready to go right out of the gate.
To use the wifi the venue provides, you’ll need to register before arriving. Learn more
Although the venue kindly provides wifi, the connection speed is limited. We encourage you to download the tutorial app at home before joining the event.
Food and refreshments will be provided.
Going to be in Phoenix or attending the ACT-W National Conference? Come join conference attendees and the Phoenix tech community at The Duce on Wednesday, April 11 at 6pm for happy hour and networking with organizations and leaders in the community!
Presented by ChickTech, the ACT-W conference is designed to accelerate the careers of women in tech and create more women leaders in all levels of companies.
Date: Wednesday, April 11
Time: 6 - 9pm (Arizona Time)
Address: The Duce, 525 S Central Ave, Phoenix, AZ 85004
Last week, hundreds of Git fans met in Barcelona for Git Merge 2018—the conference dedicated to your favorite version control tool—and even more people joined the sessions from around the world on our live stream. The event brought together business leaders, source control teams, and developers for two days of Git-focused activities, promoting goodwill and dialogue between companies that have a vested interest in the progression of Git and that employ Git contributors.
We donate all proceeds from Git Merge tickets to the Software Freedom Conservancy to support their work in improving and defending free and open source software.
Git Merge kicked off with a full day of workshops led by experts from GitHub and Praqma about topics like Git aliases, scripting, and simulating Git workflows.
On the second day, Brett Smith of Software Freedom Conservancy delivered a thoughtful keynote about how free and accessible software is the key to building the future. Then speakers from Mozilla, Microsoft, and other leading technology companies took the stage to discuss refactoring, automation, and the future of Git over the course of the day.
Thanks to everyone who participated in this year’s Git Merge! And we couldn’t have done it without our sponsors who came together to support the Software Freedom Conservancy and open source software at this important event.
GitHub Universe, our flagship product and community conference, is returning this year to a new location. Join us October 16-17 at the Palace of Fine Arts for more sessions, more demonstrations, and more chances to meet with the best developer community in the known universe. Secure your spot with an early bird ticket or submit a speaker proposal if you’d like to lead a session.
Early bird tickets are available now for $99. Super early bird pricing will be available until April 20, but don’t wait—tickets will sell out.
Want to share your story at Universe? We’re calling for speakers to share ideas about the tools, people, and businesses behind software during Universe breakout sessions.
We’re excited to host the Godot GDC Meetup at GitHub HQ in San Francisco on Thursday, March 22. Juan Linietsky,Lead Developer at Godot Engine, will discuss Godot’s development process and how they work with a community of more than 500 developers.
Please bring yourselves and your laptops for a night of talks, demos, and conversation. Game developers of all levels are welcome!
Date: Thursday March 22, 2018
Time: 6:30 pm - 9:30 pm PT
Address: 88 Colin P Kelly Jr St, San Francisco, CA 94107