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General Discussion

Posting code to Git okay?

I'm doing some of the courses on here, Flask basics for example, and wanted/did post some of the code to my Github profile as I completed the exercises. I cited Treehouse as the source of the code along with the course name. Is this okay with Treehouse as far as copyrights and what not goes. I was just thinking that there's a lot of images and stuff in the course that I'm posting into my repo (with credits to Treehouse) and want to make sure that's okay. Any thoughts out there?

1 Answer

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Hi Truxton,

I can't answer your main question as I am not working at Treehouse. I do have an advice though, you learned a lot of stuff during that course, right? Try to create something out of what you learned, it doesn't have to be good (The better your creation is the better, of course!), and it doesn't really have to be unique. Just create something small that helps you practice and showcase your new skill. Then you can upload this creation to Github.

Hopefully someone with more insight can answer your main question.