Tag Archives: GitHub

Simple rules for making research software more robust

As a new programmer, it still takes me a while to master a language and implement good coding practices. Novice and experienced programmers recognise the difficulties in learning to write code that is generalisable enough to be used in future projects, and by other users. To address these difficulties, Morgan Taschuk and Greg Wilson offer some simple tips to make

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GitHub: Setting up a version control repository – Part 1

We have been tracking along nicely with the tutorials on using Git for version control. So far, the lessons have focused on version controlling documents on a local computer, but another groovy feature of Git is it allows you and your collaborators to version control documents using GitHub. What is GitHub? GitHub is a web-based version control repository and is

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