Dogecoin was created as a joke, a meme poking fun at the all-too-serious nature of cryptocurrency. Why shouldn’t development be fun?
Along the way, maybe we can help make a globally available, decentralized microtransaction system that lets people do and build interesting things.
Here’s what I’ve learned contributing code to Dogecoin core and other projects.
When you pay someone and they give you change, it goes back in your pocket. Right? Unless you wrote an embarrassing bug.
Uncertainty is the enemy, and sometimes it takes a long time to figure it out. What testing PR 2698 can teach you.
If you want to grow as a developer, let other people be better than you are. This goes double for working on community-based projects.