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I'm a postdoc. at BU's Center for Space Physics. I simulate plasma dynamics as it pertains to the Ionosphere. I have a background in computational chemistry, and I have experience with Fortran, Perl, C/C++ and Python.
What is a good toy example to teach version control?
+1 You definitely want to focus on the version control part of things by collaborating on something familiar. I've always thought of playing a game (scrabble, chess, etc) using one or more text files, but I haven't really found a good example that's asynchronous and both independent and collaborative at times.