Python for Entrepreneurs Transcripts
Chapter: Course Conclusion
Lecture: Get and update the source code
0:01 Before you go, I want to remind you to don't forget the source code-
0:06 we wrote a lot of code during this course,
0:09 and there are many things I want to share with you
0:12 and I want to make sure you have for your reference.
0:14 So if you haven't already done it, go to github.com/miikeckennedy,
0:17 url is here for the demo repository and star and/or fork this repository.
0:23 That way, especially if you fork it you'll have it on your account forever.
0:27 Have you already forked this, were you one of the early students
0:31 who forked the course before you've seen this video,
0:34 which is sort of the final version,
0:36 I suppose this could even change afterwards,
0:38 you probably have your fork out of date with what is in the actual course repository,
0:43 but don't worry, you don't have to delete it or anything,
0:46 you can just resync it, sync it as many times as you want
0:49 so on github, at help.github.com/articles/syncing-a-fork with dashes
0:54 they show you how to do that,
0:56 first you have to do what's called a remote upstream link here
0:59 they have that in the first or second paragraph, second sentence there,
1:03 and then there's just like a couple of commands that you have to run
1:05 so it's really easy to make sure that you are in sync
1:07 with whatever the latest version is.
1:09 So if you forked it long ago, be sure to run through this little process here
1:13 so you have the latest greatest of everything,
1:14 especially some of the reorganizations
1:17 to make following along through the course easier.