I enjoy writing prose more than writing code, though I must say that the two writing environments seem to reinforce each other. I come to understand complexity by distilling it to its most basic logic...

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New to Lithium: Part 1 David Golding Design
I enjoy writing prose more than writing code, though I must say that the two writing environments seem to reinforce each other

I enjoy writing prose more than writing code, though I must say that the two writing environments seem to reinforce each other. I come to understand complexity by distilling it to its most basic logic, and putting programming concepts into prose serves to sharpen my coding skills. So as an exercise in bringing together code and prose, I’ve put together a draft of a tutorial for newcomers to the Lithium framework.

The tutorial is available as “New to Lithium” and is the first installment in what I hope can be a series of articles working with Lithium at the most basic levels through more moderate and advanced concepts. Be advised that this is only a draft. I’m making it available in the hopes that it generates feedback and serves the Lithium community in some constructive way. Feel free to provide critical feedback in the comments here or shoot me a line on Scribd where the document is currently published.