GitHub is a version control software used to create, build, and refine code throughout the development cycle. Invite others to collaborate and move your project forward using GitHub's provided tools and features. When your project reaches a production-ready state, you also have the option to host it on GitHub
As a non-profit, Carnegie can create unlimited, private and public GitHub repositories for Carnegie employees for Carnegie-related research and development.
Features & Specs
- Carnegie can create unlimited public and private repositories
- Store all your code in one place
- Collaborate with members of your lab or team
- Manage project workflow
- Review your code
- Ready to share your code with the world? Host it on GitHub, too.
To get started, refer to the following:
- If you don't already have one, setup a GitHub account using either Carnegie email or personal email
- Request a repository (or many) from IT and provide your GitHub account so that it can be associated with Carnegie's GitHub Organization
- Available upon request
- Separate GitHub account required (not tied into Carnegie's authentication system)
- Must be used for Carnegie-related research and/or development