Show us what you’ve created with what you learned in fast.ai! It could be a blog post, a jupyter notebook, a picture, a github repo, a web app, or anything else. Some tips:
- Probably the easiest way to blog is on Medium. If you use Medium, make sure you add your twitter username to your Medium profile, so that sharing will automatically credit you
- The easiest way to share a notebook on github is to install the gist it extension. This will only be possible if you use a platform that supports jupyter extensions, such as GCP. Otherwise, you can create a notebook gist by clicking File->Download to get your notebook to your computer, and then follow the steps from this SO post:
- Go to https://gist.github.com/YOUR-GITHUB-USERNAME/
- Click ‘New Gist’ on the upper right corner
- Open the folder in a Finder/Explorer window on your local computer
- Drag the file into the text box (the ‘code space’). This should fill the space with JSON looking text for the
framework of the notebook content.
- Copy/Paste the full file name (e.g., mynotebook.ipynb) into the filename box, and give a description above.
- Create the Gist!
- If you want to have folks on the forum look at a draft and give feedback without sharing it more widely, just mention that in your post
- You can also just use a reply to this topic to describe what you did - preferably pasting in a picture or two!