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#ActualTJhalpin

Posted 25 January 2013 - 09:16 PM

And you can always post the code here on GameDev, where not only beginners, but also experienced people can help.

I think it's important to get all the help possible, and get new ideas from as much people as possible.

 

And they can also help you improve your code (and by the way, i didn't download it, because i never used Python, so i wouldn't be of much help).

- For sure. Never hurts to have more opinions and advice.

 

Not sure if you guys are wanting to make a hobbyist group or just a beginner studying type group but we could always see how many people are interested and then divide people up into groups based on their chosen language. (Also if we get too many people wanting to work together, than we will probably be forced to make multiple groups anyway).


#2TJhalpin

Posted 25 January 2013 - 08:46 PM

And you can always post the code here on GameDev, where not only beginners, but also experienced people can help.

I think it's important to get all the help possible, and get new ideas from as much people as possible.

 

And they can also help you improve your code (and by the way, i didn't download it, because i never used Python, so i wouldn't be of much help).

- For sure. Never hurts to have more opinions and advice.

 

Not sure if you guys are wanting to make a hobbyist group or just a beginner studying type group but we could always see how many people are interested and then divide people up into groups based on their chosen language. (Also if we get to many people wanting to work together, than we will probably be forced to make multiple groups anyway).


#1TJhalpin

Posted 25 January 2013 - 08:45 PM

And you can always post the code here on GameDev, where not only beginners, but also experienced people can help.

I think it's important to get all the help possible, and get new ideas from as much people as possible.

 

And they can also help you improve your code (and by the way, i didn't download it, because i never used Python, so i wouldn't be of much help).

- For sure. Never hurts to have more opinions and advice.

 

Not sure if you guys are wanting to make a hobbyist group or just a beginner studying type group but we could always see how many people are interested and then divide people up into groups based on their chosen language. (Also if we get to many people wanting to work together, than we will probably be forced to make multiple groups anyway.


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