Business Application Framework

JOHN PATTEN johnpatten at me.com
Sat Aug 15 16:36:43 CEST 2015


Hi All!

I'd second what Graham and Jacqueline shared. My version control system is, "Save as..." and the corresponding file creation dates. I would be interested in learning more about versions control and tracking, though LiveCode development is not my primary job. (My primary job is K8 education and technology.)

A hands on tutorial, where we are using the system collaboratively, on a "Hello World" project might be a good start.

For students today, interested in programming and engineering, exposure to this type of system sounds like a primary skill to me. 

John Patten
SUSD



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> On Aug 14, 2015, at 12:05 PM, J. Landman Gay <jacque at hyperactivesw.com> wrote:
> 
>> On 8/14/2015 1:47 PM, Graham Samuel wrote:
>> To me the ideal is a system which can be explained to a team in an
>> hour and which everyone can then stick to. My (fractured) reading of
>> this conversation gives me the idea that we are approaching
>> Gnome-ville, where really nothing can be explained in an hour.
> 
> That's kind of where I'm at too. I think I'd really like github, and the things Marty said were enticing, but it's more than I can absorb quickly and apparently requires study. In fact, there's so much to learn that there are entire books explaining it.
> 
> That's more than I have time to devote to it, especially since I don't usually work in teams, so I stick with what I know which is backups and notes.
> 
> If someone who knows this stuff puts together something LC-compatible and idiot-friendly, I'll take another look.
> 
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