At 12:34 PM -0500 11/8/10, Daniel P. Brown wrote:
On Mon, Nov 8, 2010 at 06:29, Ashim Kapoor <> 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
them yourself:

    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
the same.

</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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