At 12:34 PM -0500 11/8/10, Daniel P. Brown wrote:
On Mon, Nov 8, 2010 at 06:29, Ashim Kapoor <ashimkap...@gmail.com> wrote:
Writing apps on my own is fun but it's fruit is only for me to benefit
from,but yes if nothing else I should do that.
Not at all, many others can benefit from it as well. Tedd's
examples have been referenced on this list many times, and you can see
Just because you're developing the code to learn for yourself
doesn't mean you can't put it in the public domain for others to do
</Daniel P. Brown>
Thanks for the plug, but let me add this.
When you develop a demo for yourself, you can take liberties.
However, when you release a demo for public/peer review, you had
better know what you are doing and that makes you a better programmer.
My advice, spend your time learning and helping others -- it will educate both.
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