GitHub Copilot for Business Fundamentals

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Course Overview

GitHub Copilot is an AI pair programmer that helps you write code faster and with less work. It draws context from comments and code to instantly suggest individual lines and whole functions.

In this course, GitHub’s experts will equip your team with the knowledge of GitHub Copilot’s Core features, business benefits, governance & controls, future roadmap, and frequently asked questions.

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Key Learning Areas

GitHub Copilot is an AI-powered tool that assists developers in writing code. Some of the reasons enterprises can start looking into adopting GitHub Copilot is:

  • Increase Efficiency: With the help of GitHub Copilot, developers can write code more quickly and efficiently.
  • Improve Code Quality: GitHub Copilot can suggest code snippets and offer guidance on best practices.
  • Reduce Workload: GitHub Copilot can automate repetitive tasks, freeing up developers to work on more important tasks.
  • Easier Onboarding: When new developers join a team, it can be sometimes challenging for them to get up to speed on the codebase.

Adopting GitHub Copilot can help companies improve their development processes, increase productivity, and reduce errors, ultimately leading to better software and happier developers.

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Course Outline

  • Copilot Features and Benefits
  • Demos
  • Future Roadmap
  • Governance & Control
  • Frequently Asked Questions

Learning/Business Outcomes:

After completing this training, learners will be able to:

  • Understand the benefits and how to start using GitHub Copilot
  • Understand how to write code faster
  • Stay in the development flow longer for the solution
  • Focus on the Business use case and Problem Statement

After this engagement, your team will be able to:

  • Reduce time spent on repetitive tasks
  • Reduce time spent on boilerplates
  • Limit context switching between different tools
  • Improve the developer experience
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Who Benefits

Developers, Team Leads, Development Leaders, and Project Managers. Maximum 16 participants.

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Prerequisites

  • GitHub Enterprise Cloud Account
  • GitHub Copilot Enabled
  • Visual Studio Code, Visual Studio, Neovim, and the JetBrains suite of integrated development environments (IDEs).
  • GitHub Copilot extension installed on the IDE
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Atmosera can provide this course virtually or on-site. Please reach out to discuss your requirements.