SETUP A PROJECT USING GIT AND PYCHARM (Part 2)
As promised in the previous post (linked above), here is part 2 of the short series on setting up your machine to help you do wonderful code…things with Github and an IDE (PyCharm). You know, like a professional. If you have followed along the previous post, you should now have the following things ready at your disposal
1. PyCharm and Anaconda installed
2. A Working Directory for your Project
2. A Dedicated Python Virtual Environment for the Project
3. A Remote Repository on Github
Now, let’s move on to some other stuff.