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Tuesday, November 12 • 1:00pm - 2:45pm
GitHub & VSCode - Getting Started
Description:
With the new ConfgMgr Community Hub is here! It's time to start thinking about how to 'properly' write code in ways that other people can actually read as well as some general best practice ideas on how and when to commit things to Github. What the heck are branches, forks and more? Then of course customizing your VSCode environment to optimize your time on task and spend less time typing the same lines of code multiple times.

What you will learn:
  • Introduction to GitHub Branches
  • Writing Custom Functions in VSCode and Storing them in VSCode Snippets
  • Formatting your code so that other people can read it

Speakers
avatar for Donnie Taylor

Donnie Taylor

Microsoft MVP, Architect, GM
Donnie is an IT Architect with 20+ years experience, Microsoft MVP in Cloud and Datacenter Management, and is currently working for a large enterprise in Austin, TX. He is a board member of the Central Texas Systems Management User Group, an avid PowerShell scripter, a novice woodworker... Read More →
avatar for Jordan Benzing

Jordan Benzing

Senior Consultant, TrueSec
Jordan Benzing is a consultant for TrueSec and an active member of the Configuration Manager community. Jordan has spoken at several user groups including the SCConfigMgr summit in London on subjects such as reporting, patching and that wonderful thing no one likes doing documentation... Read More →


Tuesday November 12, 2019 1:00pm - 2:45pm
Royal Room B
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