To start, all you need is Sublime text editor or Textmate installed on your computer, as well as a browser like Chrome.
Hackentine’s Day participants made some fun e-cards:
– Kasey Jean Robinson deployed to GitHub “Hello World… Talk Nerdy To Me!”
– Siena Aguayo deployed to GitHub “Roses are #FF0000, Violets are #0000FF, All of my base are belong to you.”
– Liz Borchardt deployed to Github “Won’t you be my valentine?
– Brittany Martin deployed to Heroku “Valentine, will you be my Player 2?”
– Christina Pan deployed to GitHub “HEY GIRL…” – a Silicon Valley Ryan Gosling e-card!
Share your e-card with us!
Tweet a link to your e-card on Friday (Valentine’s Day!) with hash tag #hackentinesday and we’ll add it to the list of fun #HackentinesDay e-cards above!
How to Host your E-Card for FREE on GitHub Pages
GitHub accountant Alyson La (@TaxAly) posted her e-card on GitHub and shared this handy tutorial on how to publish your e-card to GitHub!
Watch Aly’s YouTube tutorial on publishing your e-card to GitHub here:
Don’t forget to share your e-card with us by tweeting a link with hash tag #hackentinesday this Friday 🙂
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