On 10 August 2017 at 12:21, Kushal Das <m...@kushaldas.in> wrote:

> On 10/08/17, Gaurav Sitlani wrote:
> > On Aug 10, 2017 11:23 AM, "Kushal Das" <m...@kushaldas.in> wrote:
> >
> > Hi all,
> >
> > Next video in the queue
> >
> > https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=z16ew1iP_Eo
> >
>
> I am not sure how do you write emails, but the tool could not quote the
> original mail properly.
>
>
> >
> >
> > Nice Video , this time hope I'm sending this mail right as last one was a
> > top post.
> >
> > People get a lot of ideas , whatever it is good or bad but sometimes they
> > have a habit of over thinking and they don't really tend to implement
> their
> > idea.
> > The major thing I got to learn from this video is Never Give up and don't
> > stop being creative.
>
> Correct, and it becomes somewhat easier when you are only dealing with
> code. A similar example can be all the small stupid code which we write
> to learn how things work, or just to have fun with computers.
>
> That also brings the point of writing and reading code regularly.
>
>
>
> > I want to share a small experience.
> > Please bear with me.
> > It was a month back when I started planning for my final year project.
> > I had got an idea of developing a software through which I can control
> the
> > mouse pointer by my hand and perform normal mouse related operations.
> > But just a day before my first technical review I saw an exact same
> project
> > on github which was implemented in C++.
> > I gave up , next day at the time of my review another group of my
> > classmates who had heard of my idea added more functionality over it .
> > Finally I faced a rejection that was because I gave up at that moment not
> > because of the fact that someone performed better than me.
> >
> > Even my idea was not that good was actually something worth working on.
> > If anyone faces a similar kind of situation (I hope you never have to)
> > please don't give up just build what you want, for the fun part at least.
> > That can help in boosting the confidence level and will develop a sense
> of
> > accomplishment.
> > My idea got rejected but anyway I'll build it .Please do suggest some
> > functionality that I can add .
>
> Release the initial code with documentation and a proper license first,
> so that people can actually test and see what did you do. New features
> can come later. Remember to release early and release often.
>
> Kushal
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The video was inspiring and one quote I really like from the video was
"Ideas first , tools later " because that's how most of the self taught
programmers learn they learn by doing and building what they love.

Ps : This is my first post in the mailing list, hope I am doing it right.

Regards
Pradhvan Bisht
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