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=== Goal #5: Prepare the workshop code, via git ===
 
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== Asheesh TODO ==
 
 
* Give people a Django cheat sheet
 
** Asked jacobian!
 
* Play with the git://github.com/railsbridge-boston/railsbridge-boston.git code
 
 
=== Asheesh questions ===
 
 
<pre>
 
 
Then enter:
 
$ git branch my-branch-1
 
 
</pre>
 
 
* Did you forget "git checkout"?
 
 
* TA guide should have instructions for addressing:
 
** If the student can't push during the Sharing section, and it is because they worked on local master, have them rename the branch
 
** do github in sharing
 
   
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[[Django_for_Designers/Starting_our_project|Next page]]
* get some TAs
 

Latest revision as of 04:31, 9 January 2014

Steps to get set up

Goal #1: Set up git

Goal #2: Practice navigating the computer from a command prompt

Goal #3: Set up Python

Goal #4: Prepare a text editor

Goal #5: Prepare the workshop code, via git

Goal #6: Create a special Python environment for the workshop

Goal #7: Checkoff

Demonstrate to your own satisfaction that the following things work:

  1. You can open a command prompt.
  2. You can use cd to get around.
  3. You can run git and see a help message (rather than "Command not found").
  4. You can run python in the command prompt.
  5. You have a text editor configured to use spaces to indent instead of tabs.
  6. You have done the git clone command to get the workshop code.
  7. You have a virtualenv where you have installed the workshop's dependencies.


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