Master one of the most important skills employers look for in developers today.

Are you ready to build your authority as a kick ass developer? 
This in-demand skill is by far one of the most important things I’ve learned as a professional programmer.
 
It is the single most important thing that will make you stand out to employers (they will rule you out if you don’t know how to do this). But don’t worry. It’s super simple. And I'll show you step-by-step how to do it.
 
By learning this skill you’ll be able to ask for help in forums, and get others to report bugs, leave feedback and contribute features to your code. But most importantly, by learning this skill you’ll be able to collaborate with developers

 
By far one of the most important things I’ve learned as a professional programmer is how to share my work and collaborate on projects with teams.

The most popular way to do this is via GitHub – the world’s #1 repository for open source projects. For the purposes of this guide, I’ll be teaching you how to do this in GitHub, but the same principles will apply to any other git repository like GitBucket (which I’ve used in many companies).
 
A little about me…
 
My name is Mark Winterbottom. I’m a full-stack software engineer and the guy behind London App Developer. I love to learn and teach new technologies (I always say teaching is the final step to mastering a new skill).
 
Just below you can click to access my #1 most popular guide that will teach you:
 
-How to integrate one of the largest growing mobile app development tools with the world’s largest repository for open source projects

-How to share you work with the world and build your authority and credibility with the development community

-How to use 1 of the 3 highly recommended ways to back up your code  


You will also:

 -Master a skill that’s required for a workplace – employers will rule you out if you don’t know how to do this (but don’t worry, I’ll show you how)

-Get set up to collaborate with other developers, ask for help, and allow other programmers to contribute to your code – making it amazing for end-users

-See a full history of changes to your code, making it easy to revert back to previous versions …And much more.  

Just click the button below to access this step-by-step guide that will teach you the tools to become a master collaborator.

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