Dear Team, Thank you very much for contributing to our first workshop. I just want to encourage you to start using our course repository to already store your drafts of the presentation ... GitHub is all about showing snapshots of your current projects.
Dear Team, Thank you very much for participating in our workshop. Please let Yike or me know if you have any comments or suggestions on how to improve the setup for the workshop. @ Presenters: Could you please update our GitHub repository with the most recent material from your presentation? Also, it would be great if you could add a small txt /pdf file that contains tools that you found useful when working on your project, i.e. Chase could add the names of the two web scraping libraries that he told us about. Thank you very much in advance!
Chase O. Corbin
Hi all, I've added a markdown file to my workshop page that includes the resources I mentioned during my presentation, as well as a couple additional links. I found a python package (BeautifulSoup) that extends the functionality of JSoup to python... this is really useful, because the JSoup functionality, with regards to scraping is phenomenal, but writing in Java can be a real pain as compared to python. Also, if anyone's still looking for help writing markdown files, this resource is helpful: https://github.com/adam-p/markdown-here/wiki/Markdown-Cheatsheet