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To create a repository, click the plus icon next to your profile picture and 0:00 click New Repository. 0:05 For this example we'll name our repository Tree House. 0:09 We'll write a short description, 0:15 Projects from my Treehouse Coursework. 0:20 Choose public, this means anyone can see this repository. 0:25 If you want to work in private, 0:29 you can do that, however you'd have to upgrade to a paid plan. 0:30 Since we wanna share our work and 0:34 fill out our GitHub profile, we want our work public. 0:35 Do not select initialize this repository with a README since we'll be adding 0:39 a project we already have. 0:43 If I were to select this and then try and 0:45 push up a Git repository from our local computer, we'd have a conflict. 0:47 We don't want that, but we will review how to fix conflicts later in stage two. 0:50 We have the option to add a .gitignore file or a license file, but 0:55 we'll skip that for now. 1:00 And click Create repository. 1:02 Boom! 1:08 You have a GitHub repository. 1:09 In the next stage, we'll connect a local project with our GitHub repository and 1:10 dive deeper into the key GitHub features. 1:14
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