Introduction

Welcome to rmotr.com Group Project's guide 🎉

Working in groups is one of the most important things you'll do during your course. As you know, we have 3 coding sessions per week, in which you'll be working with your group in different assignments we'll provide. The assignments vary, from simple console based games 👾🎮, to a twitter clone 🐦, or a full fledged REST API with Mongo DB 🙊as a backend. Yep, all that will be covered through this course 😱. We know it's a lot, and that it's going to be tough. But in those times is when your group will be there to support you 💪. To help you finish that last piece of functionality that will make that last test pass. Oh, I've just mentioned tests. All the projects that you'll be working on are test-driven. We've written the tests for them and you'll have to implement the functionality to make them pass.

We know that there's a lot of content to cover and so many new things to learn. We know that you'll need help 🚑. That's why, during our coding sessions, there's ALWAYS a mentor available to help you. You just need to learn what's the correct way to ask for help.

Once you have completed your project, you're ready to submit it ⏱. To do it, you'll need to submit a Github Pull Request. 🤔 What does that mean? We'll explain you all that during this short guide. Let's start with the basics though, jump to the next section to understand how we're going to send you the Group Project requirements for each coding session 👉.