GitHub, learning basic
Ruby syntax, classes, objects, functions, etc and Project Management Tool -
- Have completed Module 1 Tasks and self-assessment. [Module 1]
- Have installed Discourse in local machine and is working (Reply in the forum if have any problems with installation).
- Have a GitHub account.
In this module, we will work on the following things:
|1.||Getting familiar with Ruby programming language. Video1, Video2, Video3|
|2.||Getting hands on GitHub. Video1|
|3||Clone the project from GitHub repo (link below), complete it and commit the changes to your branch.|
|4.||Getting used to Project management Tool - Trello.|
After successful completion of this journey, we will have developed the following skills:
- Understand how to write Ruby code.
- Ability to work with Git and GitHub.
- Project management with Trello.
- Familiar with industry-standard Agile Methodologies and Sprint systems.
Self-Assessments are very important because it is the way to keep a record of all your highlights and achievements (helps a lot when creating/updating resume). Also, it is required by STEM-Away to be able to generate certificates and 1-Click Resume. Most of the big companies also use the same technique of self-assessments to evaluate their employee’s performance.
Where should you post the self-assessment?
You can post it here.
Module 2 - Getting Started
Module 2 - Tasks
Watch these video tutorials on Ruby and GitHub.
Clone the repo from this link. It contains four Ruby files where you need to write the code. After that run a test script to see if your code is correct (test script is provided). Then create a branch and push your code to GitHub.
NOTE: Please attend the webinar where I will be showing a demo on how to do this.
Cannot access GitHub repo?
This is because either you have not accepted the invitation sent to you. Or you have not provided your GitHub info in the forum. Please visit this forum and provide your GitHub information.
Task Submission Steps
After completing the coding task, commit the files to GitHub.
Post a self-assessment to the forum in this link.
And, post the link (URL) of self-assessment as a reply to this module.
Please reply below for any sort of questions or clarifications.