1. Fork the Portfolios Repository
Fork Turing’s Portfolios Repository and clone it to your machine.
2. Create an M1 Portfolio
Use the template in the
templates directory to create a new template for yourself.
The file should be saved in the format
dateis the last day of the module in compressed year/month/day, like
nameis your first and last name like
completingis the module that you’re completing, like
So a complete filename might look like
20150831-jeff-casimir-m4.markdown. This file needs to be stored in a directory
your-name is like
your-cohort is your cohort number.
If you were completing Module 4 in Cohort 1410 on August 31, 2015 and your name was Jeff Casimir, your portfolio submission would reside at the following location:
Note: Do not move the file from the templates directory. If you do that and then commit, Git will register it as you deleting the template.
3. Update Your Portfolio
Answer the questions in each section of the portfolio. Enter self-assessment scores in the final section.
- Your portfolio will be evaluated in the last week of the module.
- A pull request with your submission must be made by 8 am the day of your portfolio review.
- Non-conforming formats, filenames, or directories will be rejected and your review rescheduled.
- Instructors will review all portfolio submissions before your scheduled portfolio review and merge pull requests.
- During your portfolio review, you will discuss:
- Areas of strength
- Areas in which continued attention is warranted.
- Discrepancies (if any) between self-assessment scores and instructors’ estimation of performance.
- Provisional work, if applicable, to close out expectations for the module.
- Instructors will render a promotion/retained/excused/provisional outcome.
Portfolio evaluations have four possible outcomes.
- PROMOTED - your portfolio demonstrates a successful fulfillment of expectations and you may move on to the next module or graduate
- PROVISIONAL - your portfolio demonstrates a high likelihood that you will be successful in Module 2 with additional preparation. Failure to complete additional work assigned will result in being either be RETAINED or EXCUSED
- RETAINED - your portfolio is lacking in one or more areas and you may either repeat the current module or leave the program
- EXCUSED - your portfolio is lacking in one or more areas and either (a) you’ve now failed to pass the module in two attempts or (b) the reviewers have determined that you will not be successful at Turing
- To be Promoted
- Performance across all projects and assessments that demonstrates a high likelihood of success in Module 2.
- This may be demonstrated by high performance throughout the module, or a strong upward sloping trend in performance.
- To be Retained
- A passing Chisel project completed during the final 2 weeks of the module OR
- Satisfactory progress on the Headcount / Black Thursday final project.