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GitHub flow is a lightweight, branch-based workflow that supports teams and projects where deployments are made regularly. This guide explains how and why GitHub flow works.

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The easiest way to get started with GitHub. In this guide you'll complete a time honored "Hello World" exercise, and learn GitHub essentials.

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GitHub Pages are a great way to showcase some open source projects, host a blog, or even share your résumé. This guide will help get you started on creating your next website.

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Learn about version control—in particular, Git, and how it works with GitHub.

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Ever find a project on GitHub that you want to work on? Find out how you can contribute with Forking.

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On GitHub there are many people and many projects to explore. Keeping up with the work that's done with them and showing your interest is easy.

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Learn how to make your code citable in academic literature by assigning a Digital Object Identifier to your GitHub repository

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GitHub is great for managing all of the information around the code. This guide helps explain our issue tracking system and how to keep up to date with issues you’ve participated in.

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Almost all text on GitHub is processed through a markup language called Markdown — it's an easy way to include simple formatting (like italics, bold words, lists, and links). This guide will show you the ins-and-outs of Markdown on GitHub.

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Creating documentation for your GitHub projects allows other developers to understand your work more easily, so that they can collaborate on your projects more effectively.

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GitHub is the best way to build and ship software.

Powerful collaboration, code review, and code management for open source and private projects.

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