Why use GitHub?
For anyone not familiar with GitHub, here’s a short explanation of what it is and why we use it.
South Coast Science use GitHub to share coding responsibilities between selected experts. In this way, we can work collaboratively but remotely on projects from anywhere.
GitHub is an open-source website and cloud-based service that helps developers store and manage their code, as well as track and control changes.
What does GitHub do?
GitHub allows fast collaboration between many experts:
1. all users can save their code online.
2. all participants of a project can see the changes made by others.
3. interact with other developers to solve any issues in the code.
South Coast Science is proud of its opensource solution, which is built on a GitHub platform. It encourages communities to be involved and allows customers access to data for their own validation.
Who else is using GitHub?
There are 85 million repositories hosted on GitHub, and 28 million developers contribute to them, including Apple, Amazon, Facebook and Google.
Link to GitHub customer stories here.
Find the South Coast Science GitHub repository below: