How To Build A Python Portfolio | Build Python Portfolio With Github | Python Tutorial #26


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Build Python Portfolio With Github | Python Tutorial #26


Right, I hope that you’ve learned a ton by doing this application. So now what we’re going to do is to take whatever we’ve built together and you are going to create your very first portfolio. So this is when you can showcase it to employers right when you start applying for jobs. This is where you will have all of the projects that you do. You should store them where I’m about to show you. It’s a very popular way of people showcasing their work. And this is so important to you to give you that boost that you need. So I think you deserve it. Let’s go ahead and create the portfolio together. All right, for building our portfolio. We’re going to be using this website called Githubcom and basically, this is a website for developers where you can work in collaboration with other developers. And you can store all of your code in this website, so go ahead and create an account and once you have an account, you’ll have something like this, so in here, I’ve got a list of projects so on the left hand side and these are called repositories right so for you, you might have zero, but let’s go ahead and create your first portfolio, so go ahead and create a new repository and then here the owner, this will be your name and then for repository name, I’m going to say Python and then dash into it quick and then books project, so this could be something shorter for you, but for now, this will be my name and then also what I want. Is this repository to be public? So anyone on the internet can access this repository, so take public and then add a readme in here, so I’m going to show you this in a second, go ahead and create repository and there we go so this is our repository, so it might look like this. So now what we’re going to do is lets. Add our python files and images and everything that we have to add so here, add file, upload files. And then we can take all of these files, right and then just put it inside. So four files. We have the CV. So this is the actual CV. Um, this might be optional, and then we have the python file that contain the source code and then my picture and then requirementstxt so now I’m going to commit the changes in here, right, so you can see the files are here and I’m going to say, commit the changes, all right, so that’s done and now you can see that we have a couple files. You can see that we have our cv. This is the picture, and this is the and this is the python code. So if I click on it, you can see that if I zoom in, you see that this is our python code right, so remember? We wrote all of this together, right, so this is now. Um, a place where you can showcase your work. So now let me actually. Um, go back a little bit or zoom out a little bit and click on the project and here what we’re going to do is the following. Click on this pencil and we’re going to change this a little bit, so this will be so let me just remove the dashes there. We go and what I want you to do is to open up an issue, so click on issue, so I’m going to press command and then a new tab or you can right, Click open link in a new tab and then here new issue and what I’ve done. I went ahead and have a screenshot of the actual CV here, so let’s take this picture and then put it inside of this comment. And all we want is just this link right here. Copy that close this, and now here paste that in. And also we want to have some description so here we’re going to say pound sign twice and then installation, and then here add back ticks. Let me just zoom this, so you can see everything so bad ticks and then Python install R requirements. Dot TXT, remember? This is how we install. The dependencies listed inside of this file. So here, let’s say run and there we go so now. If I zoom out a little bit and then scroll down, let’s commit the changes and now check this out so Python into Quickbooks project installation run. And then this is the command, and then this is our CV. So there you have it, so this is really, really nice. So this is your portfolio. Now you can see that this is Amigo’s code for slash in the project name. So you can take this, so if I click here, actually, so you can take this link and then share with someone right whether you are applying for jobs or just showing to your friends or you can send your username. So your Github username. So if I click on mine Amigos code. So this is the list of all the projects that I have, right, and if I go to repositories, you can see that the one that we’ve just created Python into Quickbooks project. There you have it. You now have a portfolio. Well, then, right. It was a pleasure teaching you about Python you’ve. Come a long way and I can tell you that. This is just the beginning for you, so the next step for you is to check out my other course on Python, where I go in much more detail about some of the more interesting things that this language has to offer. Also, if you’re not part of the Amigos code community, go ahead and join, join both the private Facebook group as well as discord. I would love to have you there so you can share your experience with other people. Finally, what I’m going to do for you is in December. I’m going to have a Q a where you get to ask me any question that you want. So go ahead and fill the Google form on the link down below, And I will let you know when the Q a will take place. It was a pleasure teaching. You and I can’t wait to see how far you go in this journey assalamualaiku’m.

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