Ben Gorman

Ben Gorman

Life's a garden. Dig it.


After one too many awkward encounters where you can't remember someone's name, you've decided to build an app that uses facial recognition to do it for you 🧠.

Run the following commands to set up a git repo with some modifications for your app.

cd path/to/parent/dir/
mkdir who-are-you
cd who-are-you
git init
echo "# Who are you?" >
echo "The app that recalls someone's name when your brain cannot" >>
git add
git commit -m "added README"
echo "python-3.10.7" > runtime.txt
git add runtime.txt
bill@gates:who-are-you$ git status
On branch main
Changes to be committed:
  (use "git restore --staged <file>..." to unstage)
    new file:   runtime.txt

In this example, you've committed and staged runtime.txt.


After staging runtime.txt, you realized that python-3.10.7 might not be compatible with the facial recognition library you plan on using. You need to do more testing.. Unstage the file accordingly.


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