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General Discussion Adding Changes to a Project on GitHub

Jorge Vega
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Jorge Vega
Front End Web Development Techdegree Student 2,905 Points

When I open my Techdegree-project-3, Atom doesn't show any README file.

Instead of The README file. Atom showed me these files: git config description HEAD

3 Answers

Mckenzie Hessel
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Mckenzie Hessel
Full Stack JavaScript Techdegree Graduate 20,437 Points

Hi Jorge, which Techdegree are you working on? I completed the Full Stack JavaScript TD and when I looked back on my project 3 just now I saw that creating a README file was one of the instructions under the "Before You Start" section. As you move along to more complex projects they will ask you to do more and more as far as setting up your projects goes, and will provide you with fewer downloadable project files to start with. If you need help with creating a README there are tons of helpful resources on Stack Overflow and similar sites. Best of luck!

Dave McFarland
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Dave McFarland
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Jorge Vega -- this is a great question to ask in the #unit-03 channel in the Front End Web Development Slack team. Why don't you jump in there and ask there. You'll get a speedy response there.