Hello, Good Evening! Here I am again with another Weekly Blog. If you have been reading my previous blogs, you might already know that I am currently a part of the Jadu Fellowship Program and this was the end of Week 5.
A lot has happened throughout this week. But I would start with them one-by-one.
Hi, it’s been a few weeks since I started writing these blogs. But today’s post is a bit special, as I have completed my first month with Jadu Fellowship program. Although I could write about each and everything covered throughout this journey so far, I want to use this as an opportunity to express my opinion and thoughts on the things that I felt changing about myself.
Well, as you already know from the title, it was another successful week with the Jadu Fellowship program. Many interesting things have happened since the last week. And despite being busy with the semester’s final exams, I enjoyed my sessions!
Starting with the week’s first session, things have started to get more interesting. We started with some basic stuff like CSS properties and how to include them in your web pages. But then we took a deep into the CSS world. We started discussing the CSS flex-box and how to align items in different ways. …
Well, It’s been two weeks now since I started with the Jadu Fellowship Program. At the start, I was kind of confused about what to expect. But it has been a really exciting experience for me so far! I have learned a lot during my sessions and the overall Jadu community has been very kind and helpful.
We have three classes per week. Two of them are technical classes. In these classes, we learned about the basics of web technologies and the introduction to front-end development. We learned about basic HTML tags and some of their attributes that are most…
Hi, this is the third and final part of this series. Here we will set up the
ssh-agent to start automatically and store our SSH passphrase for the current session. That way, we don’t have to enter our SSH passphrase every time we access our remote repository. Plus, we will also use our public Github email with
git, so that our private email address is not visible in our commit history.
Now that we have successfully set up SSH key with our Github account, here are the steps for starting
ssh-agent automatically and let it manage our SSH keys.
Hi, welcome to the second part of this series. Here will go ahead and setup SSH keys on our system and add our public key to the Github account.
Please make sure that you have Git installed on your system. Open up the terminal, run the following and make sure you get the version of
$ git --version
If not, then please check part-1 of this series to get it installed on your system. Once that’s done, you are good to go!
Now, we will start by generating SSH keys on our system. Just open up the Git…
Hello everyone. Today, we will see how you can setup Git on your system and then link it to your Github account using SSH, so that you can push the code directly to your Github remote repository, really easily.
I have divided the overall process into three major parts. This post explains the first part, where we will see process the of installing Git on the system.
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