Step 1: Create a folder to hold your project and navigate into that folder
Step 2: Initialize git in your folder
Step 3: Create a ruby file
Step 4: Put something in it and save it
Step 5: Check git's status
Step 6: Stage your changes (adding the file)
Step 7: Commit your changes with a message in present tense
Step 8: Create a global repository on github and initialize with readme
Step 9: Look for the url at the bottom right of your project page
Step 10: Copy the url using command c
Step 11: Add a "remote" from your local to your global repo using the url
Step 12: Pull from your global repo in case it is not up to date with your local repo (e.g. if you created a readme)
Step 13: Close the pull message request if one appears (:wq in vim)
Step 14: Push all commits to git
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