Programmers know that usually you create a "hello world" type program, a program that just shows on a screen somewhere the text "hello world" to show that their development environment is setup correctly for the language and technology that they are using for their next project. If you can see the message "Hello World" that means things are configured ok...which in the very beginning is often your biggest challenge. So...on Patreon, here is my "hello world" post. Looks like things are setup and running. But as every good programmer knows "hello world" is just the first step...not it is time to get about creating content that you will find useful, so you can justify some of your hard earned dollars supporting what I hope to do.