I started a little programming group yesterday. We were off well, but several of the members have seemingly dropped off the face of the planet. Anyway, I'm back again.
You should join our group if you have any interest in programming, graphic design, or a desire to work on projects as part of a team.
There's no one focus of the group, and there are no prerequisites. Even if you've never written a line of code in your life, feel free to drop on in and see what it's all about.
All languages may be freely discussed, no one language takes priority in the group, but in a specific project one language may be used than another.
If you're interested, join rizon#r9koss
>twf you failed fizzbuzz during an actual interview.
>tfw you knew of the problem before but you got the order of the conditions wrong.
>There's no one focus of the group, and there are no prerequisites.
This would drive me fucking crazy. Programming groups should be doing the opposite, especially if you're trying to break into the industry.
>Even if you've never written a line of code in your life, feel free to drop on in and see what it's all about.
Fuck that. I'm out.
mainly people who already know how to code. the point is to make some sort of project and work on team skills. but if you don't know how to code, that doesn't mean you can't be useful. If you're a great storyteller, that can be just as important of a skill as knowing 10 different languages if no one else can write stories for shit.
I have an interest in learning how to program. It seems like this is mostly oriented towards people who already know what they're doing though, and I feel like I would just be a burden.
That and I do not have the time to practice right now; I would like to show up but I don't think I could contribute or learn at all for at least the next two weeks even though I would like to.
Is there any way I could just keep in correspondence with you for now? Through Skype or email?