Effective PyCharm Transcripts
Chapter: PyCharm Projects
Lecture: Your turn
0:00 As I'm sure you know the way you learn programming and tools like this is through
0:04 practice and experience not just watching,
0:07 even though that is a nice way to get exposure to the ideas.
0:10 So in this course I've created a whole section called your turn.
0:15 Now it is your turn for this chapter And since this is the first one,
0:19 I'm going to walk you through it a little more than normal.
0:22 So come on down here to the your turn section and then find the project that
0:25 we're working on right now. This is a section one of the first your turn
0:31 we come down here. It basically has a read me that you just fall along
0:34 Sometimes it might have a project that you start from or some other data that
0:38 it's going to say for you to pick up and use but this one,
0:40 it's just start from scratch. We're going to do two things in this.
0:44 Your turn, one is you're going to create a new project like we did and
0:48 then the other is to work with an existing project.
0:50 So to create a new project,
0:52 it will talk you through the steps and what to do and how to use the
0:56 PyCharm settings to create that new project with a virtual environment and so on and
1:01 then you get it running, get it going.
1:03 The next thing we'll do is start out with a complex project like we did previously
1:08 you just follow along through the steps here.
1:10 Not absolutely required, but I encourage you to do it because I do think if
1:13 you fall along through these your turns,
1:15 it will help the idea of stick and give you a chance to explore them right away.