An enthusiastic, adaptive and fast-learning person with a broad and acute interest in machine learning, data science and NLP. Particularly enjoy collaborating with scientists from different disciplines to develop new skills and solve new challenges. A confident speaker in conferences and teacher in classrooms, able to explain complex information to audience of all levels.
December 13, 2020
December 13, 2020
This is a Windows based tutorial so steps may differ on different operating system.
- Install VS Code from Official Website: https://code.visualstudio.com/download
- Install Git SCM from: https://git-scm.com/downloads
- Open VS Code
- Go to "terminal" from menu bar
- Select "new terminal"
- Make sure that you have proper version of git installed by using
git --versioncommand. You should have version 2.x.x for proper working in VS Code.
- Now update git config with name and email by using
git config --global user.name "moodser"and
git config --global user.email "email@example.com"command
- You can verify that either your email and name is properly set or not by using
git config --global --listcommand
- If you are creating a new project, you can navigate to your project folder and type
- You can create a remote repository on GitHub after creating an account. The remote repository can be added by using
git remote add origin firstname.lastname@example.org:********.gitcommand in project directory.
- If you are already have a project on GitHub you can simply clone it using the Left Navigation bar of VS Code (Source Control option).
- Provide the link of remote repository to clone.
Thats it! For complete guide of GitHub commands please refer to their official handbook at: https://guides.github.com/introduction/git-handbook/