Post by QuantumCrab of '18 on Oct 11, 2017 21:26:13 GMT
For as long as I knew about Thrive, i've always wanted to help with the development of Thrive. I am sure that my modeling skills are not up to the standard that would be excepted, and I know very little about programming. I would like to learn more in this field, but I am not sure where to begin in open source. If anyone knows of any tutorials that would be helpful, it would be a huge help. Thanks.
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Hey Quantum it's great to hear you want to help! Don't worry if you feel like you don't have the skills to help, there's always tasks to help with, and the process of developing and working on Thrive teaches a lot of what you need to know.
For programming, I'd suggest start simple. I'm using codeacademy at the moment to learn Python, since it's an easy language and has many applications outside of Thrive as well: www.codecademy.com/learn
So far I've found that it breaks things down very well and explains it all in step by step lessons where you get to do the coding yourself.