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C# Collaborating

Michael Whitmore
Michael Whitmore
2,086 Points

Can this video/lesson be modified to clearly state the code on GitHub does NOT match the code in the video?

I was very confused when the instructor went down the comparison road with code we do not have access to on GitHub. I'm all for sitting back and watching. I just want to know that is what I am supposed to be doing...

Agreed - I understand there may be a few things that change but there are some things where I just cant follow along because of the differences

4 Answers

5,469 Points

Michael and Andres - Not sure what the issue is highlighted in the two posts above. The code I've got in my solution matches the code files that's been committed and synced up to my Github account. Happy to help if I can understand what is not working for you.

James Churchill
James Churchill
Treehouse Teacher


Sorry for the confusion. I'll work on getting a git branch created that contains the code you're seeing in the video and add a note to the Teacher's Notes explaining the situation.

Thanks ~James

I had this frustrating problem too. Instead of throwing my laptop across the room, here's what I did.

When you search GitHub for TeamPowered, search ALL GitHub, not just YOUR repository. Then select the "carlingkirk/TeamPowered" version.

I knew MY version didn't have any code because we never entered any in. I knew it was HER version she was showing us, but NO ONE ever EXPLICITLY told us to download from HER repository. Once I figured it out, it's very obvious in the video, but ... you know ... we who think outside the box and all don't always see the obvious because of all the shiny things floating around in our non-traditional brains. :)