Thanks for your response. My point about corporate training practices was simply to show the high value of ongoing training, not suggesting we copy corporations. Imo corporations are a bit nasty and I totally agree that new better ways exist and can be invented. Which is why I am here.
I appreciate your explanation about the cutting edge ultra modern needs of blockchain programmers. As a not-super-developerish person I did not realize the stuff being dealt with at 1hive was so current that it lacks existing resources, and so the Morphosis courses incorporate existing things plus create their own. Clearly I am new to 1hive and still learning my way around (probably forever right? never stop learning or you perish). I have not thought about 1hive as a business and so never imagined the Morphosis classes might be marketed outside.
My first impression of 1hive was more like a club or community of pals trying to invent really neat things to benefit and grow the community. This is also linked to my non-developer mind because I don’t equate programs with commodities, more programs with exploring tools to further the frontiers of humankind. Of course these are not mutually exclusive and a good program probably does both.
My paradigm can only shift so fast. I think DAOs attract those types whose paradigms are already pushing into the future although I have only skimmed the surface of the DAO-sphere. I think I am a part of six or seven different daos already. One thing I have learned is that there are many different definitions of what makes a DAO. Therefore DAOs, like life, are what we make them to be. I am so glad to have stumbled into the 1hive rabbit hole. xDai brought me here for the new opportunities on a young network. It is younger than I thought and I confess fears that matic will make xDai less desirable so I am going into various bsc telegram groups daily and subtly marketing xDai. If nothing else at least 1hive seems to be positioning themselves very well among xdai, matic and arbitrum. This is going off on a tangent.
Thank you for your request for interest in a collab with Metagame. I must respectfully decline as I am still in the surveying mode over a bunch of daos, including Metagame and TEC and I have not yet found my niche. But a little more surveying and lurking is needed. There seem to be many opportunities where I can help and in helping gain understanding about the overall DAO. Additionally, I prefer to remain in the background out of the limelight and I believe I am better suited at research and writing and equipping those who prefer the spotlight with the tools and support they need to function. I get the impression the Dao to Dao thing will have lots of presentations and the like. Thanks again for the ask.
@twells @gabi I look forward to participating in some tech-ed courses. Can you please include a more novice level course occasionally? Watched the first Ethereum training lecture last night (thanks Meta for suggesting it!) and I was blown away in awe by the eth-build program with the color coded plug&play blocks and the ease and fluency with which Gabi operated and built on that software. Just seeing the schematics like that helped me to grasp big picture stuff. Another tangent, but kinda related. Cheers!
PS With my questions in my initial post I must clarify that I was not against the idea, but that only wanted to expand and explore the idea. I only wanted to brainstorm and help so if I gave the impression I was against the idea I apologize. Great idea and lets hash it out! TBH the idea that I am participating in something which is so futuristic it lacks existing tools and infrastructure gives me tingles of sheer awesome-ness.