I picked up fairly advanced python principles quickly and have been programming using it for about a year now. You could say at this point I have a theoretical project because I have not definitively confirmed that it works. If it does however it is huge. My code works on a small scale and mathematically --if I'm not missing anything-- but it must work on a larger one to be viable for market.
The scale of the project is not huge (currently, but I do have big plans), the problem is that I don't have input, someone to assist with code review, and I would like the contents of the code and it's purpose to remain confidential. One reason for this is that some people may say that what I am trying to accomplish is impossible but I have had someone with a masters in math go over the idea and it is sound, though he has pointed out a few potential issues that I believe I can solve and have already considered though I didn't know the terms he pointed out. I recently refactored the code and the result benchmarks faster than C (from a series of compile tests I have done). Speed will be important in the future but at this point I would settle for a working prototype and the reason for refactoring was to sort out a bug I was having. The bug is now fixed but now I have more work in refactoring the remaining code, after which I believe it will be working enough to move forward with a demo of the code.
And I know two people who "know" some Python but they are unable to help. A concrete understanding of Python is required please and a strong background in mathematics in preferred, but strong motivation and willingness to learn could be just as important. A California resident would be preferred as I live in Bakersfield, CA. Lastly, please keep an open mind and be willing to sign a NDA and if this turns into a viable business venture, please be aware that there will be viable equity in it for you.
Please PM me if at all interested.
Last edited by Mekire
on Tue Aug 16, 2016 5:39 pm, edited 1 time in total.
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