Thanks for your insightful response, and I really appreciate your candidness. You’re definitely right about my elementary (or nonexistent!) knowledge in the philosophy and science of learning! It’s an area I have not academically (nor even amateurishly, if I must be honest) explored, but you’ve given me a lot to…
If Python 3 is your default Python installation (2.7 is installed by default on MacOS), then you could try just running
pip install -r requirements.txt instead of
pip3. AFAIK, pip uses the version of the default installation of Python.
pip doesn’t work either, then you might not have it installed alongside your Python…
Does an error message appear when you try to run the next step? (
pip3 install -r requirements.txt)
Also, do you have Python 3 on your machine?
The fact that this is so difficult to get running speaks volumes about my skill level when I wrote it 🤔
That’s a great question and a very major decision, and I won’t pretend like I’m qualified to answer it. Dropping out of school is a huge step to take, and I don’t want to lead you to the wrong decision for the sake of pretending like I know what I’m talking about. That being said, I can share my thoughts and you…
That’s totally nothing you’re doing wrong, I clearly did not have a good grasp of how dependency management worked when I made this project. I tried to run it just now and had to do a little wrangling to get it working myself. I’ve updated the README with more accurate steps to follow:
You’re right, connecting with people on LinkedIn is a really valuable way of gaining exposure and building relationships in your industry! The things I’ve listed in this piece, though, are traits that should be emphasized and not an exhaustive list of “things to do”; I would say that leveraging a network like…