The Lounge is rated PG. If you're about to post something you wouldn't want your
kid sister to read then don't post it. No flame wars, no abusive conduct, no programming
questions and please don't post ads.
What? Hang on while I put in my hearing aids and hear what you are actually saying... . . . . Now I hear... SACRILEGE!!
Those who enjoy music from before the invention of AutoTune can tune in (sic) to my (tiny) Internet radio show on Friday evenings (9 pm UK time) - it called Wrinkly Rock. I am not sure if I am allowed to post a link here though.
IMO, Metro style is a good idea, but if you want it to look professional, make it as simple as possible. Interactive, eye-catching, and at the same time, very simple and readable. That, IMO, will also attract prospective employers/companies if you are going to apply on a job.
Don't mind those people who say you're not HOT. At least you know you're COOL. I'm not afraid of falling, I'm afraid of the sudden stop at the end of the fall! - Richard Andrew x64
Slightly depressing. But on the flip side, 24 year olds are the sort addicted to Facebook, spend their time watching music videos and don't really know much about anything. People become adults sometime in their 30s, or maybe younger if they have kids.
Is there a website that I could post an open Source project on that developers use to find a project to work on (linking projects with developers) Like OpenHatch but for development not bug fixes. The project is hosted on Github, but there is zip chance that it will ever be trending or featured.
If not so, what are your thoughts on moving this to the suggestions forum of Code Project (connecting Coders with Projects)?