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Welcome to the Friday evening section of the Boston Python Workshop!
 
Welcome to the Friday evening section of the Boston Python Workshop!
  
When you get to MIT, please start your laptop and get on the wireless network. Try to join the one called "MIT", not "MIT GUEST". Then work through the goals on this page in order; they should take between 2 and 3 hours. Lots of staff will be around to help troubleshoot and to answer questions -- don't hesitate to ask!
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When you get to Google, please start your laptop and get on the wireless network. Then work through the goals on this page in order; they should take between 2 and 3 hours. Lots of staff will be around to help troubleshoot and to answer questions -- don't hesitate to ask!
  
 
At the end, a staff member will go through a checklist with you to make sure you're all set for tomorrow.
 
At the end, a staff member will go through a checklist with you to make sure you're all set for tomorrow.
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and save the file. From a command prompt, navigate to and execute that Python script.
 
and save the file. From a command prompt, navigate to and execute that Python script.
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Open your text editor, and press "Tab". Use the left arrow key to show the instructor that you are using spaces to indent, not tabs.
 
 
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python twitter_api.py --search=python
 
python twitter_api.py --search=python
 
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What was the hardest part of the tutorial? How were the CodingBat questions? Review these parts briefly. If you have any questions about them, now's a great time to ask them!
 
 
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==Congratulations!==
 
==Congratulations!==
  
You are done with the Friday portion of this Workshop. We'll see you at 9:45am tomorrow back here at MIT ([[Boston_Python_Workshop_4#Location| remember that we are in a different room tomorrow, 32-155]] )! Please bring the laptop you used tonight.
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You are done with the Friday portion of this Workshop. We'll see you at 9:45am tomorrow back here at MIT (remember that we are in a different room, 32-155)! Please bring the laptop you used tonight.
  
 
If you have any questions, comments, or feedback on tonight's material, don't hesitate to let a staff member know.
 
If you have any questions, comments, or feedback on tonight's material, don't hesitate to let a staff member know.
  
 
[[Boston Python Workshop 4|&laquo; Back to the Workshop home page]]
 
[[Boston Python Workshop 4|&laquo; Back to the Workshop home page]]

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