#100DaysOfWeb in Python Transcripts
Chapter: Days 77-80: Twitter and Slack bots
Lecture: Day 4 - Your turn / Slack API practice

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0:00 All right, congratulations you've made it to the end of the Coding demo and we have a working slash command. Now, we challenge you, Day Four
0:10 your turn to build your own Slackbot. Again, it's not required to use Slack but we highly recommend it especially because PyBites is in Slack
0:19 and this way you can contribute and build cool tools to use on our workspace. I put a couple of links in the ReadMe a special notice Karmabot
0:29 which we use to give Karma to people that respond to questions and do good for the PyBites community that's a super-fun project. The code is on GitHub.
0:38 You can go through it, get inspiration look at the code, use it yourself. And who knows what cool tools you build?
0:46 I think this is really beneficial for you. A lot of enterprises move to Slack as their primary communication tool
0:53 so if you can build any apps in that environment you will set yourself apart. Apart from that, it's super-fun
1:00 and people are really stoked about these tools. So, you can build something that really resonates. As usual, if you build something cool, share it out
1:09 #100DaysOfWeb, and please do copy us @TalkPython and @pybites. We are eager to know what you're building and to support you along the way.
1:19 Thanks for watching and see you in the next lesson.


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