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[Campus-princeton-staff] For mentors (please read): leading Git practice and career panel

Sumana Harihareswara sumanah at
Sat Nov 23 06:36:20 UTC 2013

Hi. I am brainwane on GitHub and can lead folks in practicing Git and 
GitHub. If you could possibly give some examples in what it might mean to 
teach more advanced material, that would be great -- I am comfortable 
branching, pushing and pulling, git grepping, cloning, using git rm and 
mv, merging, cherry-picking, resetting, and fiddling with .gitconfig and 
.gitignore files, but have rarely rebased, and have never tagged or 

I'm happy to be on the career panel!

On Sat, 23 Nov 2013, Lisha Ruan wrote:

> Hi mentors,
> If you can lead a group of students in practicing Git/GitHub, please tell
> me your GitHub handle so that I can give you admin privileges on the
> repository you'll use. Also, please let me know if you feel comfortable
> teaching advanced students who know the basics of Git/GitHub and want to
> learn more advanced material.
> If you've ever been funded to work on open source software and you'd like
> to be on our career panel, please let us know. We'd like to have as many
> in-person panelists as we can, so we really appreciate it.
> Best,
> Lisha

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