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Can 2 people that aren't physically togetherwork on a code together???

One lives in l.a. and another lives in washington

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This type of thing happens in professional circles all the time these days. An application can be developed practically all over the world. For example, recently, I worked with developers in India, China, Singapore, all across Europe, and both continents of the Americas to develop a single piece of software. No longer do people have to be looking at the same screen, working in the same office, or even the same state or country to accomplish a goal.

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Github is one repository that allows you to do that.

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I often work from home and some other team members as well. This is not a problem with the 'modern' means of communication and development tools.

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Dear Color Storms, Of course, there are many websites, like pythontutor, that enable this to happen. From CeePlusPlus

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You can try this tool https://codeshare.io/

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Or you can use Gitlab on a private server Like a small Raspberry Pi and develop there. That's like Github but private.

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There is website called https://github.com but it cost for team work private but you can use it for open source coding alternatively you can use https://bitbucket.orgl

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Thank you sososososososososossosossosososososo much

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Yeah but first the two must understand each other and have a common goal or aim

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Kabiru Kulo If you want to make an open source Project, you can use google Drive but Github would be the better solution. In every other case I wouldn't use google drive.

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well the shortest and simplest answer will be yes definitely. See we have even done it and we haven't used any other app than sololearn to communicate. (And also we don't know each other, Instead of Sololearn) We had just created a group in sololearn brainstorm everything and then came up with this. It took around a month though, Coding was not very difficult but the idea and arguments took time😂 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - I think u can use github and u can use video call to get in touch and share ur ideas so it's not really a hard thing mostly depends upon what u are doing and how good your team work is. https://code.sololearn.com/W7D0nnDeJGuY/?ref=app

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depends upon their cooperation, focus and reliability

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Ok just needed an achevmrnt srry

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Color Storms you get my upvote because I find the your question an interesting one😉

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Yes! Absolutely.. almost majority of the projects on GitHub work that way. For a simple example, not just code people work on spreadsheets and data analysis on web applications like Google Docs and many more.. 😁

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Definitely. But you have to be able to communicate well and time zone differences can make that difficult. These days being face to face in the same office is not as important as it was before. It helps of course to be able to brainstorm in real time but you can arrange to talk on plenty of free apps these days. Good luck and happy coding. 😅

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PLZ up vote atleast one person????

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Color Storms stop begging for likes

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Yes by using a source code control and versioning tool 🤔

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I'd use GitHub. This allows you to create a code repository which will act as an online "place" for the the latest version of the code project you and your partner are working on . You can both upload, view, and download code to the repository (as well as leave update notes and readmes)