Once your lesson template is ready, it's time to create some github repos to share your code. The easiest way to do this is with Github's CLI tool called "hub".
John Lindquist: 0:00 From inside our project directory, we'll git init. Then using a CLI called Hub from GitHub, which you can install through brew, we can hub create. This creates a repo in GitHub named after our project. I can open that with hub browse, which you can see is just waiting our code to be pushed.
0:19 If we git add everything, then git commit the message of "hi", then git push, we'll have all our code up on GitHub. We'll refresh here, which is now ready to share. One last thing many people do is alias git to hub. All your git commands and GitHub commands exist under just git.
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