Log of what of Isaiah Jones has learned at Techie Youth

Wed. Aug. 10, 2022

What I learned at Techie Youth

Today at techie youth I learned, The formalities of legal business operations vary greatly in each country, state and sometimes even municipality. It would be impossible to provide a full guide for every geography in the world, but the guidelines outlined here are the general factors that are relevant to most business locations (including virtual businesses.) It is your responsibility to take the final step of researching the laws and regulations within your location. The section was written based on the laws and formalities of the United States; if you are located outside the USA then consider this as a general guide to doing business, and you will need to also learn your local business laws. Some businesses can be started with nearly no money, these are referred to as shoestring startups. Most businesses need initial capital to be able to reach the break-even point where the business earns more than it spends. Once a business is sufficiently planned out, it is able to be launched. The next steps are going to vary depending on a specific business, but by this stage you should also have a good idea how you are going to implement the initial phases of your business, based on the ideas and plans set forth in your executive summary. Nearly every business will need to create a formal business entity and the branding for it.

Tue. Aug. 2, 2022

What I learned at Techie Youth

Today at Techie Youth, I learned the Version control is a system used to manage the files on websites; the primary benefit (among many features) is the flexibility of retaining a history of all the changes made to a group of files, so no data can ever be accidentally lost, deleted or overwritten. Currently, Subversion (SVN) and GIT are the two version control programs that dominate the market and one or the other is used in nearly every website project that utilizes file versioning.

Fri. Jul. 15, 2022

What I learned at Techie Youth

After my first week, I learned that techie youth is a non-profit charity of NYC that creates economic opportunities for teens by utilizing technology. There are also a variety of internships you can apply for here at Techie Youth.