The #90DaysOfDevOps trend is going places. Over 200+ participants are taking part in this actively. The participants are making projects, and publishing blogs over Hashnode and posts over LinkedIn. But the question comes,
HOW CAN I ORGANIZE MY #90DaysOfDevOps Learnings Efficiently🙄?~every participant
Here is a simple solution that you can follow to organize your learning using Git and Github:
Table of Contents
Step1: Install Git
Follow this to install Git: https://github.com/paragpallavsingh/90DaysOfDevOps/blob/master/submission/day08/tasks.md
For Windows: You need to download git and install on your system.
For Linux, as per your terminal, modify the below command and it will be installed
sudo apt install git-all
Step2: Make a GitHub Account
You can sign up at https://github.com/. Fill in basic details, update the basic profile, and get your Github started.
Step 3: Fork #90daysOfDevOps Repository
Once your Github is setup, go to the below link and make a Fork
This will make a copy of the 90DaysofDevOps repository for you. Now the next step is to connect it with your local repository.
Step 4: Connect your fork to your local repository.
- Go to your repository and press the Code button as highlighted.
- Copy the git clone link
On your computer, open git bash and go to your workspace folder where you will be storing your local repository.
Clone your repository there.
git clone https://github.com/paragpallavsingh/90DaysOfDevOps.git
You can follow the below link for more details:
Step 5: How to update daily tasks?
My repository looks like this at present:
What you can do, is make a submission folder and add a folder daily that contains your tasks.md file.
You can use any IDE like Notepad++ or VSCode for updating your tasks.md file.
# Make sure you run git pull before making submission,/
# to keep your local repository in sync with the remote
Once you have updated your tasks.md, you need to push it to remote.
git add .
git commit -m "update tasks.md"
git push origin master
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