In this video, Jim and Nick discuss their goals for their second sprint working on Easy Jobs.
[Jim Hoskins] So we're ready to start our second iteration of our job board project. 0:00 Nick, what did we do in the last iteration? 0:03 [Nick Pettit] Well, in the last iteration, I put together some wireframes 0:05 and I also got together some of the initial CSS just to get the site going. 0:08 [Jim] Yeah, so I got a Rails project set up and then created the scaffolding 0:12 for the jobs, so we'll have something to start working on views immediately 0:16 so we can start playing around with actually posting jobs. 0:19 So what do you want to get accomplished in this iteration? 0:22 [Nick] Well, I want to create a responsive design for this site, 0:24 so to do that, we need to first create a high-fidelity mockup 0:28 so that we can go ahead and create our fluid grid calculations, 0:32 and a high-fidelity mockup will also help us establish 0:34 some of the more detailed visual design of the site. 0:37 [Jim] Cool, so while you're doing that, 0:40 what I want to do is get an authentication system set up. 0:42 Basically, I want people to be able to register and sign in so they can post their jobs 0:45 and then manage the jobs that they post, so the first step for that 0:49 is to implement some sort of authentication layer, 0:51 and then we can move forward with that. 0:54 [Nick] Great. Well, let's go ahead and get started. [Jim] All right. 0:56
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