I asked a question last night which I believe was worthwhile and could have received some interesting responses, but sadly it was swiftly stamped on by the community. I'm doing my best to figure out how I can word it so that it gets the chance to capture any positive input from members of the community.
From the comments and the reason for closure I am certain that the majority of the blame lies in the way I worded the question (I am doing all I can to remedy that)
- I originally used the term "project" which was slightly misleading
- I included the option of answering with links
I can basically understand the reason for the question being closed but I could also really use some help and I don't believe I am the only person who would benefit from a quality answer. I'm doing all the training myself, the how, why and where, but I'm stuck on an the what.
If this site really is unsuitable for such technical questions then maybe someone could at least suggest where I can ask this question (I don't think chat has a wide enough audience).
Here's the question in it's current form:
Training material for a teenager
I've started teaching my son to write code. I've decided on the languages and do not need to start any discussions on that - the general route through the languages will be
- twitter bootstrap
- C# (at this point all development will become test driven)
What I am looking for are ideas for training material from personal experience - probably fictional solutions with clearly defined modules that eventually meld into a complete solution.
You can't google an answer to this question and this site would seem to be the best place in the world to ask for help from people who may know.