Matthew McCullough has many years of experience teaching GitHub and Git courses. He is a co-author of O’Reilly’s Git Master Class, with Tim Berglund. He authored DZone’s Git RefCard, as well as the Git modules in “Jenkins: The Definitive Guide”.
Brent Beer is an experienced Rubyist with a passion for teaching Git to people of both technical and non-technical backgrounds.
Joshua Wehner has been a software developer and training hobbyist for several years, writing Ruby code by day and teaching about Rails on weekends and evenings.
Cynthia Rich is an instructional designer and passionate GitHub advocate. She possesses an enthusiasm for non-technical users and software developers alike and the advantages the GitHub Flow provides for content collaboration.
Allen, a seasoned educator with a background in web development and creative services, delights in uncovering new ways version control empowers content authors. He brings his knack for connecting the proverbial dots in educating on all thing Git and GitHub.
Patrick learned the magic of Git and GitHub while writing software in a particle physics lab. With a strong background in teaching and tutoring, he enjoys helping wide variety of audiences understand the power and beauty of Git and GitHub.
Peter Bell is a veteran teacher who brings a Ruby on Rails and ColdFusion background to in-person classrooms up and down the North East US. He is also a published author in IEEE, Dr. Dobbs, and IBM journals.
John Britton is a developer and community builder, active in both open source and open education. As Education Liaison at GitHub he’s working to improve computer science education by bringing the principles of open source into the classroom.