Coding Courses (Python, Java, Web):
- Go to https://bitbucket.org/ and click on the “Get started for free” button.
- Enter a valid email address, your full name, and a password. A parent email address is fine for students without an email, however, students will need to know the password you enter for the Bitbucket account.
- Check your email for the verification email from Bitbucket. Verify your email address.
- You are all set! We look forward to seeing you at Coditum!
Coditum uses free software for every course. You can download everything at home to to get started or continue your work.
- Java SE Development Kit aka JDK (Java & Python)
- Eclipse (Java & Python)
- Select Eclipse IDE for Java Developers (if given a choice)
- Python 3 (Python)
Option A: Using Eclipse
Option B: Downloading A ZIP
Creating And Linking A Bitbucket Repository In Eclipse
- Log into Bitbucket.
- Click the (+) button on the left sidebar and select Repository.
- For the Repository name, enter Coditum Fall/Spring 2019.
- Click the Create Repository Button.
- Select the “https” link in the upper right hand corner and copy it.
- Open Eclipse.
- Right click (CTRL + Click on Mac) the project -> Team -> Share Project.
- Check the box “Use or create repository in parent folder of project”, select the folder below but DO NOT check the box, click the create repository button, Finish.
- Right click (CTRL + Click on Mac) the project -> Team -> Commit.
- Drag all the unstaged changes down to staged, type in the commit message “Project Created”, click the button Commit and Push. (Do NOT just click Commit).
- Alternately click “next”, “finish”, and enter your password when prompted.
- Go back to Bitbucket and confirm that the source tab (on the left) is now not empty
NOTE: Eclipse and Python 3 must be installed before continuing. See above for instructions.
- File -> new Project -> PyDev -> PyDev Project -> Finish.
- For project name, put the your full name.
- In the Grammar Version dropdown, select 3.5+.
- For the Interpreter dropdown, select python3.
- Click Finish.
NOTE: Eclipse and JDK must be installed before continuing. See above for instructions.
- File -> new Java Project -> Finish.
- For project name, put your full name.
- Click Finish.