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What is GitHub?


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What is GitHub?

GitHub is a web-based platform that helps developers store and manage their code projects. It provides a collaborative environment where multiple people can work together on the same project.

What is the history of GitHub?

GitHub was created in 2008 by Tom Preston-Werner, Chris Wanstrath, and PJ Hyett as a way to simplify code sharing and collaboration among developers. Since then, it has grown to become one of the most popular tools for managing software projects.

Why is GitHub important to WordPress users?

GitHub plays an essential role in the WordPress community. It allows developers to contribute to the WordPress core codebase, create plugins, and develop themes. By using GitHub, WordPress users can easily collaborate with others and share their work with the community.

Who is GitHub for?

GitHub is for anyone involved in software development or interested in learning how to code. Whether you are an experienced programmer or just starting out, GitHub provides a platform for you to showcase your skills, collaborate with others, and contribute to open-source projects.


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