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What's the best way of sharing a link to my code? Github looks like it might take me 5 mins to learn how to use. I tried CollabEdit, but I'd rather not have anyone able to change my code. (It helps me learn if my code stays the same and people just offer comments.)

MIT 6.00 Intro Computer Science (OCW)
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Github is worth taking the time to get comfortable with. It's a very powerful site once you get into it.
Okay. I'll check it out. They were nice enough to create an explanatory video, so I should probably take the time to watch it. Are there any dangers to using Github? Does it make it easier for people to introduce malicious code to my computer?

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