Share git projects with teachers. Easily and privately.

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Used by students at more than 500 universities around the world

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Join other students. Share code using links.

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Retain control over sharing

Your work is private by default. You choose what you share and who you share with.

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It’s easy to use

Three step process for importing repositories. Viewing a repository is just one click away. No account is required.

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Only you have write access

Your work is your own. No one but you gets to modify it, including us.

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Works with your current repository

We don’t require tight integrations and use standard protocols. All accessible repositories can be imported.

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