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theDapperFoxtrot

Web Dev (in-training) Seeking Projects

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Posted · Original PosterOP

Hello all!

 

I'm brand new, fresh meat, both to this forum and to the web dev community at large. As of right now, I am continuing my learning on how to develop both websites and web apps, and what's brought me here is the latest WAN show.

 

I've heard Luke speak about the need for providing backup to this forum, and wanted to know more about what exactly is needed? While my plan is to learn and adapt as my career flourishes, I'd love to be focused on the stack that best assists this community in the short term. I know with respect to the Web Dev they're seeking for LTTstore.com, they want someone who has ReactJS experience, so I plan to learn more about that framework once I've completed my fundamentals training. Does this forum similarly use ReactJS? Would love to know more information on either!

 

Luke mentioned the screenname (and I'm sorry if I've misspelled it, friend!) 'Colonel Mortis' having to carry all the weight themselves, and I would love to learn more about the stack they use so I can start lending a hand as best I can (both for the love of LTT and for my own learning experience)!

 

I look forward to getting acquainted with my fellow devs, regardless of your experience level.

 

A toast to new opportunity! Cheers,

 

Dapper

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More details about helping the forum will be coming soon, although we are unlikely to be able to open source it so we will be limited to having a few people who are able to put in a reasonable amount of time rather than a lot of people who can just drop in and out.

 

We use an off the shelf forum software, Invision Community, with a bunch of ltt-specific customisations that are primarily what we are looking for help with. It's all written in PHP (unfortunately), using their custom framework, with mysql and elasticsearch for the DB. We run that on top of linux+nginx.


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Posted · Original PosterOP
15 hours ago, colonel_mortis said:

More details about helping the forum will be coming soon, although we are unlikely to be able to open source it so we will be limited to having a few people who are able to put in a reasonable amount of time rather than a lot of people who can just drop in and out.

 

We use an off the shelf forum software, Invision Community, with a bunch of ltt-specific customisations that are primarily what we are looking for help with. It's all written in PHP (unfortunately), using their custom framework, with mysql and elasticsearch for the DB. We run that on top of linux+nginx.

Hey! Good to meet you.

 

Totally understandable if you're seeking more expertise to assist, but the insight on the stack is nevertheless helpful. I'm learning PHP and MySQL as a matter of fact, so if I'm ready by the time you're still seeking aid, then sign me up, boss! :)

 

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7 hours ago, theDapperFoxtrot said:

Hey! Good to meet you.

 

Totally understandable if you're seeking more expertise to assist, but the insight on the stack is nevertheless helpful. I'm learning PHP and MySQL as a matter of fact, so if I'm ready by the time you're still seeking aid, then sign me up, boss! :)

 

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Keep an eye out, I'm hoping to announce more information about the process and needs soon.


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