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- Jun 3, 2015
Ha! Even a stopped clock tells the right time twice a day I guess github requires little to no creativity to use, so a straight forward functional tutorial should do it. I searched a couple yesterday, I'll find a good one and dive in.Ironically, I do recommend the github tutorials. It's pretty quick and you can just google how to do whatever you need.
That's the first description that has made me realise why I might actually use it for my own stuff. So thanks!The basic idea is that it is a version control system.
Yeah I like using the terminal, I did some Solidity programming back in the summer and really enjoyed it. It felt like I was diving into the depths of the machine.Don't use the GUI, just learn to use the terminal.
Thanks, I am not a complete novice so this advice is good. However I don't really know any devs that I can hit up for that much help. Are you one? Can you suggest some online hangouts?My advice is to prepare these and discuss them with a experienced dev:
1. Description/Document for the project. What does it do? Who will use it? What functions will it have? What data will it collect(emails, names, age, images, etc.)? What data will it contain(do you need a complex Database)?
2. Mockups for the project
- Photoshop if you can
- Paint, if wireframes will be enough to explain
- Flowchart Maker & Online Diagram Software is pretty good for mockups too (although draw.io is not for mockups generally)
3. What is the bare minimum to deploy the project? What minimum/core functions can you get away with and still have a product/service to sell?
Lolz, I like it! Roll on iteration 783!!783th iteration: Let's finalise the OAuth 2.0 API so I can incorporate financial flows from bank X into my financial app.
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