GitHub offers unparalleled access for developers to work on projects together, bridging geographical divides to bring teams together. Whether you are an individual developer looking to explore new projects, post your own, or provide your company with a safe place to work, Joseph D. Booth’s GitHub Succinctly will help you get started.

Joseph D. Booth

I've been programming since 1981 in a bunch of languages (Clipper, Delphi, ASP, Visual Basic, & Visual C# to name a few) and a number of database platforms (from DBASE files to SQL-server these days) I wrote seven computer books on xBase and Delphi programming,as well as several developer tools.

I also worked for a number of companies Sperry Univac, MCI-WorldCom, Ronin, Harris Interactive, Thomas Jefferson University, People Metrics, and Investor Force and work on several commerical products (Results for Research, PEPSys, and AccuBuild)

This website is where I write my ramblings, keep my products and articles for anyone who wants them. Feel to poke around, and click on my name if you want to say hi...

  1. Git—A Brief Overview
  2. Getting Started
  3. Installing Git
  4. Searching GitHub
  5. Advanced Searching
  6. Other Searches
  7. Browsing GitHub
  8. Issues—In Detail
  9. Viewing a Project
  10. Obtaining the Code
  11. Collaboration
  12. Pull Request