What does it do? Provides hosted version control for source code. Free for open source projects. Paid accounts can use it for private source code hosting.
GitHub home page
- Clear homepage with a clear signup form
- Nice little arrows to indicate valid input
Choose a plan
- Not really an onboarding step, but this view allows to switch to a paid plan right away
- Received a nice confirmation e-mail
- The welcome e-mail has the subject “rrrrrrrick + GitHub = <3”. I like this
GitHub Main Feed (and bootcamp)
- This page is supposed to help me set up Git and get up to speed
- Steps ahead are clearly laid out
- It is a little confusing: do I need to start with the bootcamp? Because there is also a
- The bottom part of the page is my personal feed. However, this is not really clear because it is the first post and no other posts are visible.
- The bootcamp part could be more forced. The onboarding process could use another step where I tell GitHub which languages I use and in which types of projects I’m interested to offer a more interesting timeline.