I want to learn how to develop for Reddcoin. I have a basic understanding of programming, for example I know what variables, arrays, if statements, loops, and functions are and how they work. The only thing that I find difficult is putting the pieces together to create something. I also know some HTML and CSS, as you can see on my website (http://FTS.orbmobile.us). I used bootstrap to put it together.
Any tips from the Dev Pros? I really want to become an awesome programmer, that has been a goal of mine since I was a kid. Thank you for your time, I know you guys are busy.
First thing you need to do is think of an idea what you want to program, then see if there is a need for it.
BrownSlaughter Thank you for your reply. That is something I need to start thinking about.
Let me share my experience for your inspiration
One of the biggest hurdles i found in getting into this space was finding the right idea to launch upon.
But i only started coding this year after a period of time with frustration of not having a tip platform on this forum and additionally a bug in the Reddcoin code which i help Laudney with.
That was my launch… It got me off my backside and to get my hands dirty (so to speak)
This was the need that had to be filled.
When i look around the crypto eco-sphere there are lots of cool projects that can be forked, or ideas to build on
This is a great place to start from. It is for the most part an open-source community
Find something that you think is missing and what you think we need.
And have a go,
If you need help, then reach out. I will always try to respond
Thank you for the support I really appreciate it. You are right, I have to think about something that needs to be done and figure out a way to do it. We definitely need something mobile. The only thing is that I don’t know what I need to know in order to get it done.
I don’t know where to start.
Do we have a list of “projects that need doing” ? If not would be a good idea to compile one, in addition to the core work that’s going on. It would be good to have a bunch of small things round the edges that would each enhance the overall ecosystem.