Instead of stating my question right away, I’d write a sentence or two about who I’m, and how I’ve found the person. Then, I clearly state what I’ve been doing to find the answer/solution. Not to mention, I do not ask a how’s weather question. For bonus tips, if I really want my question to be answered thoroughly, I provide some incentives for the other person. I’d slightly indicate that I’d be more than happy to share his/her work with others.
How to become an iOS developer, Bob
Bob Lee

“What I’ve been doing to find the answer/solution” is very often missing. And “incentives”!

If the question doesn’t have 10 pages?

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