GitHub Workflow Consultation
In this course, users master the GitHub workflow—a recommended framework for collaborative software development when using GitHub.
Key steps include branching, commits, and pull requests for effective code review and discussion. The training, guided by InfoMagnus experts, focuses on optimizing workflows for efficient branching and release management strategies.
Participants learn to evaluate, implement, document, and design solutions tailored to GitHub's collaborative features, emphasizing code review, continuous integration, and seamless merging for successful development.
- Team Leads
- DevOps Engineer
- GitHub Administrators
- Delivery Method: Microsoft Teams Meeting
- Delivery Environment: Online class with live instructor and virtual slides displaying content.
- Timezones Available: United States, Global
- Class Duration: 3 hours
- Participants: Maximum 20
- Access for all participants to a single GitHub organization suitable for practice.
- One participant must have admin access to the organization.
- One participant should have admin access to other tools in existing deployment landscape.
Designed for teams of all sizes, this hands-on consultation covers everything from branching strategies to release management in GitHub.
Attendees will explore adapting GitHub flow best practices, branch protection, workflow mapping, automation, API extensions, and testing adapted workflows.
Key Features and Benefits
This training teaches best practices in GitHub workflows, helps minimize and resolve merge conflicts, assesses and improves team workflows, and introduces branch protections and automation techniques, including GitHub Actions and Webhooks, to streamline software development and deployment.
- Demonstrates how collaborative tools of GitHub make for a better software delivery experience.
- Teaches users how to apply best practices in GitHub workflows.
- Minimizes and resolves merge conflicts.
- Assesses current team workflows and maps recommended new approaches.
- Creates and customizes branch protections to guide users through change management.
- Leverages GitHub Actions and Webhooks to improve workflow and automation.
- Evaluates industry options available for building, validating, and deploying code.
What You Will Learn
This course guides you through customizing GitHub workflows to fit specific project needs, ensuring robust security practices, and leveraging GitHub’s API for expanded functionality.
You'll also gain insights into integrating GitHub seamlessly into your DevOps pipeline, adopting best practices for testing and validation, and understanding the nuances of release cycles and documentation.
- Implement and adapt GitHub flow best practices to meet specific needs.
- Revert changes using Pull Requests.
- Identify branch protection capabilities and strong security practices.
- Map current workflow.
- Determine specific constraints and requirements of workflow.
- Identify automation to improve developer experience.
- Explore GitHub’s API to extend capabilities.
- Test the adapted workflow.
- Discover resources for extended learning.
- Identify next steps for quick wins.
- Evaluate tools and integrations for software delivery.
- Leverage tags and release features.
- Demonstrate highly functioning GitHub workflow integrated into a DevOps Pipeline.
- Establish terminology and identify standard capabilities of a mature release cycle.
- Learn different approaches to testing and validation.
- Understand GitHub event types and payloads.
- Learn best practices when using Git tags and GitHub releases.
- Receive an introduction to containers and GitHub Actions.
- Integrate with artifact management, lifecycle, and storage solutions.
- Standardize and automate release documentation.
Teams will master best practices, automation, branching strategies, deployment processes, and GitHub API use for efficient testing and documentation.
- Implement industry standards/best practices.
- Work more collaboratively with automation and smarter configurations.
- Identify branching strategies and protections for your projects.
- Define a process for deploying to production.
- Navigate the GitHub API to test, deploy, and document code.