Day one should be fun (Working code in under an hour as a goal...)
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Ian asked me about resources for presentations and sprints and that got me thinking about what to do for sprints. I want to make it possible for a relatively competent Python programmer to sit down with something and have a working application within a couple of hours, and some positive reinforcement within one hour.
I also want it to be trivially easy to try out your already-written Linux application. Try it out, see what needs to be changed, use your existing toolchain to fix it, try it out again, iterate until it works reasonably, then think about adding in the extra system-specific features.
Anyway, spent the whole day on billing-system training and need to get up at some ungodly hour in the morning, so I need to get to bed.
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