posted on Dec, 31 2012 @ 10:29 AM
reply to post by cryptographrix
That is definately comforting to hear. Ironically, I have been walking my dogs for at least 45 minutes a day since I started this. I've always
thought it was for them but maybe subconciously it was for me.
There are so many question I have about this project but honestly I'm to nervous to talk to anyone about it. I keep thinking that if whom ever I
speak to is smart enough to answer the questions directly, they are probably smart enough to create this themselves-and I fear they would take my
"idea". I've probably just been on hear for too long lol.
Is there anything that I would need to learn first about payment/processing (maybe their bank info) or would the other company handle all of it? I'm
thinking that I would just need to store the data and then provide a way for that data to be transfered to a third party; is that close or will that
be enough for the development process?
What type of problems could occur for the login? This is probably way to basic for an actualy account for I was thinking of a simple "if" statement
to verify if the login name and passwords match/exist. Wouldn't that be enough? or were you refering to the security/coding portion? That is also
another area I am completely confused about.
I have no background (I haven't even read a single chapter yet) with cryptography and have so many questions there too
. Is this something that is
done after the program is created and I'm assuming it only deals with the transfer of data. Is that correct? I envision it as similiar to a fence
around a property. So after I build the house/program, would I be able to then hire someone for the security of it? Or would that need to be
integrated into the program during its development?
This time last year I wanted to switch my major to Computer Science but I didn't want to set myself any farther back. I'm really wishing I would
Thank you again for all your help, it definately is appreciated.
Happy New Years too!