Justin du Coeur (jducoeur) wrote,
Justin du Coeur

The Poker Rosetta Stone

For the more technically-minded folks here, it seems a good time for a reminder: if you are intrigued by the stuff I'm talking about with Querki, I have a separate Querki Development Community, querki_project. Today's post talks about the new "How It Works" convention, and specifically the Poker Space's How It Works page. If you want to start getting a sense of how Querki thinks, and how you build a Space, this is a good place to start.

(It's still for programmers only, I'm afraid -- it's going to be a while before things evolve to the point where non-programmers really want to get their hands dirty. But anybody with real code experience may find this interesting.)

Comments and questions are encouraged, preferably over in the development journal...
Tags: querki

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