GitHub Launches Bot-Powered Learning Lab for New Developers

An anonymous reader quotes VentureBeat:
GitHub is launching a new bot-powered learning lab to help budding developers get up to speed on all things GitHub… The GitHub Learning Lab, which officially launched Thursday, builds on GitHub’s prior history of training people, except this time GitHub is using bots to expedite the learning process. There is no videoconferencing or webcasts here. “After training thousands of people to use Git and GitHub, the GitHub Training Team has established a tried-and-true method for helping new developers retain more information and ramp up quickly as they begin their software journeys,” the company said in a blog post. “And now, we’re making those experiences accessible to developers everywhere with GitHub Learning Lab.”
The bot helps users work through issues in a repository environment, passing comment on any work that you do while checking over pull requests — notifications of changes you’ve made — in a similar


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