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Re: The Greatest Programmer On Nairaland by KvnqPrezo(m): 10:44pm On Sep 27, 2016
@seunthomas ..
I sense another battle...
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Don't create the thread let him do it (since he asked for a challenge)...
Re: The Greatest Programmer On Nairaland by seunthomas: 10:47pm On Sep 27, 2016
KvnqPrezo:
@seunthomas ..
I sense another battle...
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Don't create the thread let him do it (since he asked for a challenge)...

He wont.

He is just a coward that likes to make noise.

Am still waiting for him.
Re: The Greatest Programmer On Nairaland by KvnqPrezo(m): 10:48pm On Sep 27, 2016
seunthomas:


He wont.

He is just a coward that likes to make noise.

Am still waiting for him.
Lolz I'm following
Re: The Greatest Programmer On Nairaland by seunthomas: 11:16pm On Sep 27, 2016
KvnqPrezo:

Lolz I'm following
We will wait in vain. I am going to bed but still waiting for him.
Re: The Greatest Programmer On Nairaland by Borwe: 6:24am On Sep 28, 2016
To save all you from spending an extra bit and second in your life trying to view this thread, please don't. This thread is for trolling competitions. After the coming fullstop I will never open this thread again, please be cautoius of your data and time.

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Re: The Greatest Programmer On Nairaland by teampregar(m): 7:04am On Sep 28, 2016
KvnqPrezo:
okay I'll like to point out features that I want to see in v2.0 but not on this thread...

08171240371 that's it but not active..


Okay, maybe u can create another threas for it like " Features I will want in Tytit v2.0", then i may consider some (i can't add all features na, e go take time, in the programming business u need to consider development speed)

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Re: The Greatest Programmer On Nairaland by DanielTheGeek(m): 10:13am On Sep 28, 2016
KvnqPrezo:


Lol..


Why is the empty not closed like this
while(empty)
(

I'm not into php yet...
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But I wanna know
Because empty is a function..
PHP actually has funny in-built functions like die( ), sleep( ), exit() lol
Re: The Greatest Programmer On Nairaland by KvnqPrezo(m): 12:02pm On Sep 28, 2016
DanielTheGeek:

Because empty is a function..
PHP actually has funny in-built functions like die( ), sleep( ), exit() lol
Lol it's really funny... JavaScript I haven't seen any like that but if you miss a single comma the code won't work..
Re: The Greatest Programmer On Nairaland by KvnqPrezo(m): 12:03pm On Sep 28, 2016
teampregar:


Okay, maybe u can create another threas for it like " Features I will want in Tytit v2.0", then i may consider some (i can't add all features na, e go take time, in the programming business u need to consider development speed)
Okay cool
Re: The Greatest Programmer On Nairaland by FincoApps(m): 1:02pm On Sep 28, 2016
DanielTheGeek:

Because empty is a function..
PHP actually has funny in-built functions like die( ), sleep( ), exit() lol

Lol die is the weirdest.... the rest kinda seems normal
Re: The Greatest Programmer On Nairaland by chrissy3(m): 1:04pm On Sep 28, 2016
Good day everyone,I'm not frequent in this forum and really this is my 1st time to be on section of nairaland.I have come up with a new idea about a social media and it has a very unique feature that so as I know...hasn't been doing anywhere on earth.
Please everyone I need someone with strong knowledge about this to help me out with advice on the steps I must take to make this a reality.I can't give details about the social media so I won't lose this idea to someone else but really I just came here to look for help.Please brothers and sisters help me out and I would be very grateful to you.thanks and have a nice day people.
Re: The Greatest Programmer On Nairaland by KvnqPrezo(m): 2:35pm On Sep 28, 2016
chrissy3:
Good day everyone,I'm not frequent in this forum and really this is my 1st time to be on section of nairaland.I have come up with a new idea about a social media and it has a very unique feature that so as I know...hasn't been doing anywhere on earth.
Please everyone I need someone with strong knowledge about this to help me out with advice on the steps I must take to make this a reality.I can't give details about the social media so I won't lose this idea to someone else but really I just came here to look for help.Please brothers and sisters help me out and I would be very grateful to you.thanks and have a nice day people.
You have programming knowledge??

If No then pay someone to develop your idea for you...
Re: The Greatest Programmer On Nairaland by chrissy3(m): 3:44pm On Sep 28, 2016
KvnqPrezo:

You have programming knowledge??

If No then pay someone to develop your idea for you...
That's why I'm here for guidance.
Re: The Greatest Programmer On Nairaland by KvnqPrezo(m): 3:47pm On Sep 28, 2016
chrissy3:
That's why I'm here for guidance.
Your question is incomplete..
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You want to learn programming or you need someone to partner with you
Re: The Greatest Programmer On Nairaland by chrissy3(m): 4:11pm On Sep 28, 2016
KvnqPrezo:

Your question is incomplete..
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You want to learn programming or you need someone to partner with you
I need someone who can give me advice on the steps I should take to achieve this cause I don't think I would want to develop it in Nigeria cause we lack the law enforcement to deal with copyright infringements and all that plus I would love to launch it in a bigschool or tech firm overseas so it would get the needed publicity.It would be cool if the person can also be a partner cause at this point I need all the help I can get.
Re: The Greatest Programmer On Nairaland by KvnqPrezo(m): 4:41pm On Sep 28, 2016
chrissy3:
I need someone who can give me advice on the steps I should take to achieve this cause I don't think I would want to develop it in Nigeria cause we lack the law enforcement to deal with copyright infringements and all that plus I would love to launch it in a bigschool or tech firm overseas so it would get the needed publicity.It would be cool if the person can also be a partner cause at this point I need all the help I can get.
Uhmm

I don't think I would want to develop it in Nigeria cause we lack the law enforcement to deal with copyright infringements and all that
I don't think this is true...and you're really confusing me..
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I don't think were you develop your site matters.. We have good developers In Nigeria...
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First walk on developing your site before marketing and publicizing..
Re: The Greatest Programmer On Nairaland by DanielTheGeek(m): 5:12pm On Sep 28, 2016
chrissy3:
Good day everyone,I'm not frequent in this forum and really this is my 1st...it has a very unique feature that so as I know...hasn't been done anywhere on earth.
I can't give details about the social media so I won't lose this idea to someone else

Hello chrissy3, there are lot's of social networks in the world today that have lot's of features, some aren't even visible, so you saying your feature has not been implemented at all shows that:
1. People thought about the idea but found it unprofitable and then dumped it.
2. You didn't do your research well
3. You are building on a previously existing idea, not rebuilding the wheel but extending it so it sounds unique.

If you are sure your idea is still unique after all the points I gave above (I may be getting interested) then try to figure out the resources you'd need to make it work out, don't just rely on the fact that your "tech partner" will handle it (you may not even get a partner with that mentality), put in some effort yourself. Learn at least, the basics of the tools the system will be developed in and then venture out to look for a good programmer. If you have enough money to pay him/her, fine, but if not...getting a good one can be difficult. You have to buy him/her into the idea, let him/her know his/her role and percentage share after incorporation, make him/her see the big picture, don't be scared your idea will be stolen, see him/her as a brother/sister, consider the location and work condition...will he/she work remotely? (Remember, you're not paying him/her), you have to understand his/her opinion.
If you've gotten a good programmer, relax, he/she can be able to convince other programmers to contribute and develop the system if it's a large one. Always keep your partner up-to-date and remember "slow and steady wins the race".

Next time: create a new thread.
Re: The Greatest Programmer On Nairaland by chrissy3(m): 5:30pm On Sep 28, 2016
DanielTheGeek:


Hello chrissy3, there are lot's of social networks in the world today that have lot's of features, some aren't even visible, so you saying your feature has not been implemented at all shows that:
1. People thought about the idea but found it unprofitable and then dumped it.
2. You didn't do your research well
3. You are building on a previously existing idea, not rebuilding the wheel but extending it so it sounds unique.

If you are sure your idea is still unique after all the points I gave above (I may be getting interested) then try to figure out the resources you'd need to make it work out, don't just rely on the fact that your "tech partner" will handle it (you may not even get a partner with that mentality), put in some effort yourself. Learn at least, the basics of the tools the system will be developed in and then venture out to look for a good programmer. If you have enough money to pay him/her, fine, but if not...getting a good one can be difficult. You have to buy him/her into the idea, let him/her know his/her role and percentage share after incorporation, make him/her see the big picture, don't be scared your idea will be stolen, see him/her as a brother/sister, consider the location and work condition...will he/she work remotely? (Remember, you're not paying him/her), you have to understand his/her opinion.
If you've gotten a good programmer, relax, he/she can be able to convince other programmers to contribute and develop the system if it's a large one. Always keep your partner up-to-date and remember "slow and steady wins the race".

Next time: create a new thread.
Well if you say so but I've been doing my research big time based on if this idea has been done and so far as I know its not been done anywhere.Maybe I haven't come across that but so far so good for the almost 2months search for the features,I haven't seen anything close to it.Well to be on the safe side I would secure it by getting patent rights here and start searching for a good developer and yes I've got the funds to bring it to reality (build the app ,site).My only fear is piracy. P.s I never said it was completely new,I'm just improving the social media with features that are unique and not done on any social media platform I know and my best bet it would be a thrill.
Re: The Greatest Programmer On Nairaland by KvnqPrezo(m): 5:36pm On Sep 28, 2016
DanielTheGeek:


Hello chrissy3, there are lot's of social networks in the world today that have lot's of features, some aren't even visible, so you saying your feature has not been implemented at all shows that:
1. People thought about the idea but found it unprofitable and then dumped it.
2. You didn't do your research well
3. You are building on a previously existing idea, not rebuilding the wheel but extending it so it sounds unique.

If you are sure your idea is still unique after all the points I gave above (I may be getting interested) then try to figure out the resources you'd need to make it work out, don't just rely on the fact that your "tech partner" will handle it (you may not even get a partner with that mentality), put in some effort yourself. Learn at least, the basics of the tools the system will be developed in and then venture out to look for a good programmer. If you have enough money to pay him/her, fine, but if not...getting a good one can be difficult. You have to buy him/her into the idea, let him/her know his/her role and percentage share after incorporation, make him/her see the big picture, don't be scared your idea will be stolen, see him/her as a brother/sister, consider the location and work condition...will he/she work remotely? (Remember, you're not paying him/her), you have to understand his/her opinion.
If you've gotten a good programmer, relax, he/she can be able to convince other programmers to contribute and develop the system if it's a large one. Always keep your partner up-to-date and remember "slow and steady wins the race".

Next time: create a new thread.
Torh you've said it all..
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Please forum and social network which is not crowded
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Secondly Why do tech site hardly get good traffic ??
Re: The Greatest Programmer On Nairaland by DanielTheGeek(m): 5:52pm On Sep 28, 2016
KvnqPrezo:

Torh you've said it all..
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Please forum and social network which is not crowded
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Secondly Why do tech site hardly get good traffic ??

I don't get what you say at times due to the way you type, but for the second question, tech sites get lots of traffic, but those targeted at developers don't get much visitors compared to general purpose websites because we have less developers and all these developers already have their preferred websites, so you coming with yours means you have to offer something their preferred site (e.g stack overflow) does not already have in order to dominate. Technical non-group specific websites like Stack Exchange, Gdevit (lol), Tech Cabal, Site Point tend to have more traffic than sites like onhax.net, cplusplus.com, php-forum.com e.t.c.

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Re: The Greatest Programmer On Nairaland by KvnqPrezo(m): 6:06pm On Sep 28, 2016
DanielTheGeek:


I don't get what you say at times due to the way you type, but for the second question, tech sites get lots of traffic, but those targeted at developers don't get much visitors compared to general purpose websites because we have less developers and all these developers already have their preferred websites, so you coming with yours means you have to offer something their preferred site (e.g stack overflow) does not already have in order to dominate. Technical non-group specific websites like Stack Exchange, Gdevit (lol), Tech Cabal, Site Point tend to have more traffic than sites like onhax.net, cplusplus.com, php-forum.com e.t.c.
The first question lemme break it down then...
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You said there are lots of social network already..
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Am asking between social network and forum which is more plenty?? (don't include forum that's in beta or under construction)...
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Hope you've got it..
Re: The Greatest Programmer On Nairaland by encryptjay(m): 7:23pm On Sep 28, 2016
Hey guys,
To think that I went through the 36 pages of this thread grin.
During the whole adventure, I noticed OP is kinda good in the theoretical aspect concerning programming (my opinion though). I think DanielTheGeek confirmed that though.

I'm not really a programmer but before I opened the thread, I expected to see codes being unleashed here and there but it was more of a ranting contest.

Still wondering what triggered me to open this thread.

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Re: The Greatest Programmer On Nairaland by Nobody: 7:42pm On Sep 28, 2016
This thread is a pretty amazing thread i tell you. . . .you mean to say you actually went through all the posts or pages?
Re: The Greatest Programmer On Nairaland by KvnqPrezo(m): 8:05pm On Sep 28, 2016
encryptjay:
Hey guys,
To think that I went through the 36 pages of this thread grin.
During the whole adventure, I noticed OP is kinda good in the theoretical aspect concerning programming (my opinion though). I think DanielTheGeek confirmed that though.

I'm not really a programmer but before I opened the thread, I expected to see codes being unleashed here and there but it was more of a ranting contest.

Still wondering what triggered me open the thread.


Wondering why you open the thread

It's because of the 36pages you saw lol
Re: The Greatest Programmer On Nairaland by encryptjay(m): 8:17pm On Sep 28, 2016
KvnqPrezo:

Wondering why you open the thread

It's because of the 36pages you saw lol
Let's say I was expecting to see something like a competition and I've seen dhtml18's comments a couple of times so I was wondering if the OP just wanted to have some fun but I mehn the opening post was disappointing so I had to continue feeding my eyes and I needed to see dhtml's reply.
And sometimes, it's good to finish what you started.
Re: The Greatest Programmer On Nairaland by encryptjay(m): 8:21pm On Sep 28, 2016
dhtml18:
This thread is a pretty amazing thread i tell you. . . .you mean to say you actually went through all the posts or pages?
I took my time sir and I must say I was really cracked up.
Re: The Greatest Programmer On Nairaland by KvnqPrezo(m): 8:22pm On Sep 28, 2016
encryptjay:

Let's say I was expecting to see something like a competition and I've seen dhtml18's comments a couple of times so I was wondering if the OP just wanted to have some fun but I mehn the opening post was disappointing so I had to continue feeding my eyes and I needed to see dhtml's reply.
And sometimes, it's good to finish what you started.
Lolz I took dhtml years to reply and you were still expecting code since there are more page left(unread) Lolz
Re: The Greatest Programmer On Nairaland by encryptjay(m): 8:25pm On Sep 28, 2016
KvnqPrezo:

Lolz I took dhtml years to reply and you were still expecting code since there are more page left(unread) Lolz
Kikikiki... The Lord lead me here jor.
Re: The Greatest Programmer On Nairaland by Nobody: 8:33pm On Sep 28, 2016
KvnqPrezo:

Lolz I took dhtml years to reply and you were still expecting code since there are more page left(unread) Lolz
Hmn. . . .

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Re: The Greatest Programmer On Nairaland by KvnqPrezo(m): 8:35pm On Sep 28, 2016
encryptjay:

Kikikiki... The Lord lead me here jor.
Lolz
Re: The Greatest Programmer On Nairaland by FincoApps(m): 9:25pm On Sep 28, 2016
DanielTheGeek:


I don't get what you say at times due to the way you type, but for the second question, tech sites get lots of traffic, but those targeted at developers don't get much visitors compared to general purpose websites because we have less developers and all these developers already have their preferred websites, so you coming with yours means you have to offer something their preferred site (e.g stack overflow) does not already have in order to dominate. Technical non-group specific websites like Stack Exchange, Gdevit (lol), Tech Cabal, Site Point tend to have more traffic than sites like onhax.net, cplusplus.com, php-forum.com e.t.c.

Yea I agree, most tech websites I see... even including the ones targeted to developers always get traffic....

I wrote a post on how t create a simple game with Processing and my Traffic increased because of that post
Re: The Greatest Programmer On Nairaland by adeboyewareez(m): 12:51am On Sep 29, 2016
Me right now.
“a lotsa guys here seem sooo good at programming" “chai, I wish I could be like them someday"

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