FAQ: A Watson-Powered Application - A Working App: Celebrity Match

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I can’t go trough this exercise because this link:

https://www.codecademy.com/courses/ruby-intermediate-en-rUwFe/0/1?curriculum_id=5122d5f811fbdb5456005922

don’t work for me so I don’t have twitter API credentials.

Can somebody point me to the correct link?

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And the link still isnt working - did you find another way to solve this

As previously noted, this exercise requires getting our Twitter User API settings. The process for how to get API settings is supposed to be at this embedded link: https://www.codecademy.com/catalog/subject/all
but that link is to Codeacademy course catalog. When I attempt to get the answers from the Twitter Developer discussions, nothing I found fits this code.
Disappointing since this seems like a fun exercise.

Having the same issue. Wish they would read this and resolve it.

I figured out the Twitter API, but then there’s an issue with the Watson API:

CelebrityMatchDemo.py:36: DeprecationWarning: watson-developer-cloud moved to ibm-watson. To get updates, use the new package.