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GitHub, Inc. is a provider of Internet hosting for software development and version control using Git. It offers the distributed version control and source code management functionality of Git, plus its own features.


What you can do on Github?

 1. Managed code, historical version management 

Of course not just code, any file is supported (many people use GitHub for blogging). It will automatically help you record changes to the code, when necessary, can help you quickly back to the previous version of the history.

 2. Search for open source projects 

GitHub is a gathering place for the world's top developers, where you can find almost anything you want. There are many great, well-known open source projects shared on it, and you can use and download them for free under the premise of their License. This is the most attractive part of GitHub.
 3. Share and get feedback from the community at the same time 

One of its major advantages is the collaborative development, you share out the project, other developers can also participate in contributing to help you improve the project together with features, bug fixes, code quality improvement.

 4. With Github Pages, you can build a free blog site 

GitHub Pages provides a static web hosting service that fetches HTML, CSS, and JavaScript files directly from repositories on GitHub, then builds and publishes the site. You can see examples of GitHub Pages sites in the GitHub Pages Examples collection.
GitHub offers a free subdomain and also supports custom domains.

 5. Learn and improve your skills 

GitHub has a lot of great open source projects and tutorials that you can discover and learn from.

 6. Improve your influence 

The more popular your project is, the higher the Star you get, and the more recognized you are by the industry. A good GitHub page can be a great addition to your resume.

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