You can find the repository at https://github.com/DevlinLiles/JediTraining.
The three fellows of whom I write:
- Eric Burcham: The juggernaut of software development on the project core team. All Hail Eric Burcham! (GitBattle score of 8.28)
- Devlin Liles: Really? Does this guy need an introduction? (GitBattle score: 14.72)
- Jeff Olson: One cool cat that I just met with a commit in libuv. (How cool is that? AND, he has a GitBattle score of 27.29!)
Some of the issues they have listed:
- I don’t understand the “arguments” keyword
- I don’t understand how to idiomatically create delegates
- I don’t understand closures
- I don’t understand self-invoking anonymous functions.
- I don’t understand “truthy” and “falsey”
And, that’s just an abridged version. These guys want to understand a language!
Anyway, it’s just a nice way to leverage GitHub. And, until they delete the repository, everyone can learn from their learning.
It’s nice to be around these guys because they don’t fear telling me my code sucks. Thank you, gents, for your honesty.