From Zero to productive in Dapp development
In any programming space it always seems to take ages to set up a realistic dev enviroment (beyond hello world) and get to minimal starter application which can be extended and or provision a dev team with what they need to work. Idea would be an article or series which gets newbies up to speed.
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The short answer is no.
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A suggestion: Dealing with the current stack that is working, or attempting to stay up to date with the bleeding edge implementation. This space moves fast, and a recommendation or personal experience with how more seasoned developers handle it.
Another candidate. Reference variables. See here: http://vessenes.com/solidity-frustrations-references-and-mapping/ and Referring to a struct within an array. Incorrect understanding of reference variables could be a disaster. Easy to walk into a trap without even knowing about it.