Gamified Coding Tutorials: Significant Traffic

Discussion in 'Help Wanted (UNPAID AND PROFIT SHARING)' started by Peter Carter, Oct 22, 2017.

  1. Peter Carter

    Peter Carter New Member

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    I'm looking for people to collaborate in the creation of a set of interactive coding tutorials. We currently have a security expert and two full stack developers, one of whom has a proven ability to drive significant traffic. We are creating a hacking themed tutorials website using cutting-edge technology (Phoenix, which we are using for development, has the ability to handle up to 2 million simultaneous connections, with page-load times about 5-10x quicker than the industry standard nginx and very, very low resource usage, meaning we can essentially do things from a bedroom spec PC you'd usually need a rack of servers to even think about) and we want artists, writers and coders who *really* know what they are doing.

    There are no guarantees here, but we fully expect to make significant profits as there is a proven market and what we are doing is enough of a new spin on an old idea that we expect audiences to grow very rapidly. Once that happens you will share in our success.

    If you're not sure you have the skills for a project like this, there may still be a way we can fit you in, so feel free to PM. Even if it's just a little bit of copy editing etc there may be a way to fit you into this. We are all extremely excited atm.
     

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