I've always had a hobby project, but lately I have less time and think I would enjoy things more if I worked on these projects with a few people. Is there a place online where you can propose ...
edit: I'm asking for samples an intern would want to show, please don't answer soft-skills that get this marked as a dupe, it is NOT. To be more specific, what sample apps and background, is minimum ...
There is already a couple of questions here about motivation, but they are related to programming as a job, teamwork and so on. I have been noticing, that in the past few years my motivation to code ...
I am developing this Android game (Technology wise 3D with OpenGLES2 and shaders, some nice AI with http://www.steeringbehaviors.de/ ) during my free time. The goal is to launched in the "Android ...
I am one of those people who learn by doing, and I often get a new idea for a project beside work, which could be fun and perhaps later on profitable. I have had quite a few ideas, but I usually burn ...
I got into hobbyist Python programming some years ago on a whim, having never programmed before other than BASIC way back when, and little by little have cobbled together a, in my opinion, nice little ...
Possible Duplicate: What to plan before starting development on a project? I have been going through the SE for quite a while but could not find a relevant answer for my question.The ...
I want to know, how important is it to program in your spare time? Is it necessary to work your 9-5 as a programmer and then get home and work on your hobby to become a better programmer? This said, ...
I'm a student (yet to go to uni) and I've been programming for about 5 years now. Over that time, I've flitted around from language to language, from API to API, and project to project. I've tried ...
I'm sure a lot of software developers have pet projects and hobbies that they do outside professional tasks. I have my own, and I'm struggling with how to include them on a resume. These are not ...
I'm doing hobby programming; what programming methodologies (e.g. XP, Agile…) do you recommend me to read up on? [closed]
Most of you would probably just call me a kid (I'm 15). I'm doing hobby programming (I started fiddling around with ActionScript 2.0 in Flash 8 when I was 11, now I do mostly C, Python and Java). As ...