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Wednesday, November 18 • 12:30pm - 1:30pm
Intro to GitHub for (Non-Coding) Cultural Heritage Professionals by (Non-Coding) Photographers

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The code repository GitHub is a great place to find projects shared by your colleagues and is also a way for groups to work together asynchronously. It is a community and technology built on top of a particular distributed version control method, named git. Not just for code, GitHub can be used for documents, metadata, and spreadsheets; you can even host a static website in a GitHub repository! In this introductory session, Kjell and Charles will walk through the GitHub process to show how multiple users can contribute to a project at the same time - or at different times. Session participants may want to have a free GitHub login to take part in the project, but it’s not required.

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Charles Walbridge

Lead Collections Photographer, Minneapolis Institute of Art
Charles Walbridge is Lead Collections Photographer at Minneapolis Institute of Art (Mia). He has worked at Mia for more than 15 years and the work he does includes still photography, 3D scanning, conservation photography, image data standards, and museum sustainability.
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kjell olsen

Software Architect, Minneapolis Institute of Art

Wednesday November 18, 2020 12:30pm - 1:30pm EST
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