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How to make the most of dev.to

Arik on July 19, 2018

Two months ago my camel's back broke. I was part of another online developers community and after getting one too many undeserved insults from so...
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Alex Dimitrov

You know, I almost never get to write a comment. But thanks to this it felt a bit different, a bit more welcomed to do so :) I am not really sure what you did but it works and if applied properly it could help people out be more communicative on other posts here as well ^^

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Ben Halpern • Edited

I couldn't have said any of this better myself. I felt a bit embarrassed that this post, and a lot of other great momentum for the community, coincided with some random downtime yesterday and this morning, but smooth sailing ahead!

Thanks for being an awesome community leader since joining up. We look forward to working hard to grow the positive impact of the project going forward.

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Arik Author

The pleasure is all mine. And thank you guys for doing what you're doing.

And by the way, these downtimes are a good sign. means we're growing! And with growth comes the perks of scalability :-)

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Clau

"With great power, comes great responsability." (uncle Ben). Good job guys!

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Eugene

Thank you for the post Arik. Been lurking since I found this community a few weeks ago. Now I will write something in the welcome thread and fill out my profile. Not that because I have to, but because I want to.

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Christine Marshall

thanks Arik,
I am new here and i have already felt welcomed. This is an amazing community. Although i hardly if at all understand the articles and posts because of all the technical language i have found the beginner and motivational posts have really got me excited about this community! When i joined just yesterday and i found that i actually had followers? I was stunned. Who me? What do ii know that someone would follow me? What a great community!

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Arik Author

That's so great to hear that you feel welcome! All the best on your journey!

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marigi

Nice post and great read. My first ever comment after almost one year on dev.to

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Arik Author

Yessssss!

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Sung M. Kim • Edited

Great to see you around Arik.

Even if you're not an "expert" on the matter

Most people suffer from the "Impostor's Syndrome".

But everyone has a different background/knowledge.

I am sure we can all learn from each other.

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Quentin Sonrel

Now I have to leave a comment just to avoid feeling bad.

Kidding, awesome post!

This profile here is for other humans to read to get to know you, not for machines to figure our how to target ads at you.

This a thousands times! Online exchanges are so much better when it feels like you are talking to an actual person rather than just a nobody with an empty profile. And it doesn't take that much time to fill up a profile...

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Kyara.

Thank you for this article! I've been here for quite some time and indeed never got a comment on my welcome post haha. But this made me happy ! Love the positivity :)

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Arik Author

Great to have you!

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Nick Taylor (he/him) • Edited

Hi Arik 👋. Glad you're loving dev.to as well. I've really been enjoying posting content on the site (so much easier than Medium) and also I've been enjoying reading a lot of the content. 🔥 If you haven't already, you should check out the chat as well, dev.to/connect

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Arik Author

Check it out. Yea, it looks dope.

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Luís Costa

I never usually comment but this post made me do it. Thanks for sharing!

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Mirjana Milankovic • Edited

This is so nice, nice story and I am feeling very welcomed. So, thank you.
And, as a young mother, starting to learn how to code with a baby and all the things that come with the baby, I will definitely write an article about my journey. Thank you.

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Arik Author

So awesome! Can't wait to read that post. I'll bet it's going to inspire many other women to follow your footsteps.

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Mirjana Milankovic

Tnx, I hope so. Will attach here that post.

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Arik Author

Please do!

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Oyeyemi Clement

I had never added comment to any article before now or really been part of online community but your post has given me a different perspective. Thanks Arik.

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Arik Author

So cool! That makes me happy!

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akemi • Edited

"And by the way, it doesn't matter you write about or if there's a million articles on the subject already. Your experience is unique. Your perspective is unique. Your background is unique. So just please share it with us."

oh, arik... thank you so much for this little gem. THIS is why i'm gonna start writing and sharing even though i just started programming and english is not my first language. i just need to put myself out there and it's incredible to know that dev.to is a platform for that, so welcoming to newbs like me.

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Arik Author

Awesome! Can't wait to read your articles.

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matt24ray

Glad you are here Arik. I'm really enjoying this community as well. I hope as it grows we can keep toxicity to a minimum.

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Vui Nguyen

Thank you Arik for writing this post! I have started lurking on Dev.to, but haven't written any posts yet. I'm still trying to figure things out. I've been trolled on my blog before, and had to start moderating it. Hence, I haven't jumped on the Medium's, etc because of lack of moderation. Also, I was harassed off a Slack group once, by someone I can only presume was angry that I did something they felt they couldn't do. (ie I was sharing the release of my mobile apps to the market. Insecurity may be the same reason for the many hurtful comments you received from the other community.) Anyway, I'm glad you found a supportive dev community, and perhaps with time I can learn to trust again and perhaps adopt this community as well.

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Arik Author

Great to have you with us Vui! Welcome aboard!

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Aarindam Chakraborty

This is really a great post!

I usually never participate in commenting in blog post or in any forum, but this particular post made me think other way! every single sentence makes sense to me!

Recently, happy to know about this community few days ago (received from an email from Microsoft team, thanks).

I am a probably just another regular tech guy, learning with decade of experience, but this community and the post , was something different, so I must say thank you wholeheartedly for all the creators and contributors!

Looking forward learning from all of you guys! Keep up good work!

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Arik Author

Thank you for the kind words Aarindam! We're all just another regular tech people 🙂 learning from each other. That's why we're all here. Welcome! And we're very grateful to have you join us.

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Aarindam Chakraborty

Thanks Arik! nice to know you.

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finrodfelagund

Thanks for this article. It's hard to gade it any different than saying "Well said, thanks for puting things into a perspective." Here's a thought, maybe this article should be pinned on the... oh, wait, that wouldn't work - every user has his own custom feed. Then, maybe this article should be pinned at the top of feed of every user, so whenever they log in - this article is the first thing they see. It just feels welcoming and... right? From my point of view, this article packs much more power than any code of conduct might pack fear from exclusion for misbehaviour. Anyway, loved it, thanks for sharing.

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Arik Author

Thank you for the kind words and I'm glad you feel welcomed! That's exactly why I came into this community and why I like it so much.

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Thank you for a great article.

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Sandra Cooper

I am so grateful to have found this group and read this post. I'm a newbie and oftentimes you just want to be around a setting that feels like a family, especially one that loves what you love. Thank you for the greeting. It meant the world.

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Arik Author

So glad you liked it and even more happy you decided to join! Welcome and good luck!

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Sandra Cooper

Thank you 😊

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Ger Breen

Thanks Arik, appreciate the time you took to post this. New to this community and after many years of doing other things (not computer related) trying to get into the big scary world of programming as its what I have always loved. Will be keeping an eye on your posts going forward.
Thanks Arik

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Arik Author

Awesome! Can't wait to see what you're going to create.

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Gogulaanand

Thanks for writing this!! It highlights basic things neglected for long. I have been silent reader of posts and comments, commenting a reply in my mind and just like you said, i wanted to write articles here on Dev and thought what will use will it be of, if there already exists an article explaining what i wanted to convey.

Things change from here, from this post. this is the 1st comment. Soon 1st article in the coming month. An idea has been lingering for the past few days.

See what i have done here, if i start writing, i just keep going.. :D

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Arik Author

So cool. Can't think of a better way to start my week than to read this comment. Thanks, and can't wait to read those articles!

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Laszlo Toth

Hello,

I am a new member of dev.to. Ok, I already checked it a few times in my past months but I never felt "strong" enough to register and actually be active.
However I registered because I wanted to find a community while I am learning and develop my programming skills( in my case it is Android from an online course - I am not sure shall I name it?!).
After I read your "old" post, I decided I will look at the Welcome thread and comment other newcomers post. Second, I wanted to say thank you to you. It helped me leave behind my shadow, and make commitment ( like learn everyday, practice and share information). Also, I didn't even think about dev.to staff (profile) in my early stage,but when I looked at it I found daily challenge, some more interesting posts etc. Now I feel I found many new things and I want to be a part of everything :)

Have a good day

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Arik Author

Wow. This just gave me goosebumps. Thanks so much for this nice comment. And allow me to extend a warm welcome to our community. I'm sure this community will be of great service to you in many ways to develop and grow as a programmer.

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Laszlo Toth

Thank you, it is very kind of you! I didn't expect such a quick reply from anyone, That's great.

I just started to edit my profile. And I consider to write some information on my profile everywhere else like Stackoverflow,github, reddit. (They all new accounts as well)

You know I quit from Uni when I actually failed there and wasn't motivated.(2015) But now my feelings are like a bear who woke up from winter :D
And I am hungry to know everything.

If there is anything what a new member should know/aware of then please let me know :)
Probably you figured out, I enjoyed the article and encouraged me to look around dev.to.

Thank you for that again.

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Michael Maitoza

Thank you, Arik. I do feel more of a welcoming atmosphere on this platform than others. I hope that continues. I enjoyed your post and it has helped me to see that I too have a voice in the community. I hope that you continue to do well and I hope I can learn some things along the way on this journey with dev.to.

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Arik Author

Wow. your comment just made my day. Thank you. And yes, we do work hard and take pride in making this community a welcoming space. Great to have you here.

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Michael Maitoza

Thanks. I'm still poking around here and there trying to get used to everything, but I feel pretty at home with the people I've interacted with so far.

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charliedeveloper

Hey Arik, I really liked your blog post about juniors on your website!

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Arik Author

Thanks very much!

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Meenakshi Agarwal

Really, it's a post that touches the reality, reveals expressions, and shares ideas to face it. It's a reminder for me to improve things mentioned which I'll be doing, a few now and some later. Also, I don't want to leave without admiring such a thoughtful community that believes in appraising instead of diminishing its newbies. Thank you for summing up your experiences and advice to establish and build a better identity.

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Danielle

Great article! I just joined a couple of days ago and you've reminded me to finish filling out my profile and reply to the welcome thread. I already get a great feeling from this community. I look forward to supporting and contributing here more <3

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TMcSquared

Thanks for the post!

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Shan

Great post Arik, thanks for writing it!

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Baruch Hen

I stumbled upon this post thanks to the DEV.to welcome email, and I'm glad I did!

I am usually wary of posting or getting involved in communities, but I really want to start contributing. This article really gave me that boost of confidence that I was looking for!

Thank you for sharing this!

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Tiamiyu Sikiru Abidemi • Edited

Thanks for this I'm a newbie here and I love your piece.

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Arik Author

Thank you for the kind words. And great having you here!

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Tiamiyu Sikiru Abidemi

It's my pleasure 😀

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Arjun Rajkumar

Awesome & congrats to the Dev team!

There def is something different about the community over here at Dev. Right from the website look and feel, the colours, fonts, the playful-yet helpful vibe, to the members and the content created..

Sure there is a lot of work going on behind the scenes by the dev team to keep it this way.

Appreciate it.

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Moritz Rupp

Hi Arik,

I'm actually new to dev.to. In most communities I'm a silent reader. Thanks to your article, I hope that this will change at dev.to. You highlight how important an active and kind community is.
So thank you very much for this. Looking forward to read more from you.

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Arik Author

Thank you Moritz and yes I absolutely agree that kindness and inclusiveness plays a huge role in the personal success of any community's members and therefore the overall success of the community itself. Glad to have you here and looking forward to reading your contributions.

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Josué Rodríguez

I want to start by saying thank you! I'm new here, I've only got like a week in this community. You're so right with the "maybe I should write an article about that" thing, I've said that line so many times and only done it a few times! I'm trying to improve, and that's one of the reasons I'm here in dev. Once again, thanks. That's the kind of motivation I needed today.

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agus sulistio

thank you for submitting a great article link, and I am happy to be able to join this community, I will try to share what I can and I am very happy to be able to learn together with the coding community to share and learn together that has the consequences for going forward.

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Arik Author

Great to have you here!

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Rachael Moody

Thank you for such a warm welcome. As someone very new to coding and the tech community, it can feel overwhelming at times. Your article made me feel welcome and not to be embarrassed by something I don't know yet. It's reassuring to know that I'm part of a kind, caring community.

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Arik Author

So happy to hear Rachel. Welcome!

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Harsh Vardhan Tiwari

Hey Arik, this was a nice welcome article. It was unique. Thank you.

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Sergio Ferraz

Very nice article. Constructive comments are the best thing to motivate people like us that spend hours coding, learning and sharing.

It's said this need to have moderators policing trollers and haters, but right now I seed this as the only solution.

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Raj Kiran Chaudhary

It really feels great that I am in a community where I am taken seriously though I am new in this field. Its not been long working on software industry and I quite enjoy this.Thank you for encouraging to write something. If I had not gone through this post, surely I would not have written this. Feels great being a member of this community......

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Arik Author

I just love reading comments like these. It's what this place is all about. A community. A diversity. A place where every voice is equal. Welcome, and it's a pleasure having you on board.

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Deep

Thank you so much for making us feel a part of the developers community. I am struggling after the break and trying to understand what I should pursue now to make my fresh start, which can help me to build a bright future. I am always very helpful and willing to share as much as i can as long as it is for the benefit of others. I hope for the best time for all the members of this community lets all learn together, help each other share knowledge and grow together and make a big difference. God bless us all

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Arik Author

Couldn't agree more. Thanks for the really kind comment and welcome!

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Yordi Verkroost

Awesome post, and a very warm welcome to you too!

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Justin

Arik thank you for this. I just joined a few days ago and it's articles like this that reassure me I've made the right choice, especially as a newbie making a career change. Great to be here, and thanks for the welcome.

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Arik Author

Thank you! And we're super glad to have you here and follow along with your career change.

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robencom

We need to keep this community as friendly as possible.

I am sorry you've been through such a bad experience with the other community, but you are home now :D

By the way, I too sometimes wonder "how come not everybody wants to be a programmer."

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Al Chen

Thanks for this post Arik! Similar to Alex's comment, after reading your post I started feeling more comfortable leaving comments and this is one of my first ones. Also validates that this is the right community for me :)

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Arik Author

I couldn't be happier

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Foteini Kollia

"I'd especially want to welcome you if you took the time and wrote a little blurb on the welcome thread that never got any love or comments."

Yep, that's me! Soooo newbie with no hearts and no unicorns :(( hahaha! But I still feel welcomed at this great community <3. Great post, thank you!!

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Mike Lockhart

I am brand new here, drawn to dev.to by a post by a Twitter person whom I follow and wanted to Heart her article (Break Git Down).

I'm sceptical of comments. After seeing so much trash in other popular forums, I took the comments offline from my own blog (I was using Google Plus, ha ha). But this community feels different, not only because of posts like this.

With so much negative energy in the Net, it's great to find a positive place like this. Think I'll stick around for more

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Arik Author

Awesome stuff. Yes, we try our best with welcoming everyone seeking to learn and improve. Great to have you here Michael.

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Dan Leclaire

Great post, Arik. I'm from the same era and background as you are, and I fully agree with you that not all community platforms out there are equally beneficial to its users.

But as you are pointing out in your article, this particular community hub seems to me, to be at first glance, one that is bringing a new breed of communicating platform, featuring the least possible distracting artifacts on its interface. I love it!

I believe that this type of idea sharing and discussion hub with no fluffs will tend to be more engaging and more fruitful to its members while being more focused on programming topics, programming skill improvement tips, and camaraderie.
Therefore, aiming at becoming less time consuming to the users, straight to the point, all while being more effective and more engaging than many other types of community hubs out there.

Lastly, thank you so much, Arik for sharing your thoughts and experience with the newbies who have just poped-in, like me. I look forward to discovering, even more, user benefits and rewarding treats from this new (to me) type of highly specialized topic community gathering and sharing model.

Keep it up, you just got a new fan! :)

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Arik Author

WOW. Thank you so much for this warm comment. It's precisely people like you that this community hopes to attract. And yes, w definitely pride ourselves in being a welcoming community to anyone regardless of their level of experience and educational background.

Personally, I find helping newcomers make their first steps into the subject extremely rewarding. And since people in this community come from such diverse backgrounds, it never ceases to amaze me how technology can be harnessed to do wonderful things.

So let me be the first to congratulate you on joining our ranks. It is great to have you on board.

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aneesa1712

And I'm just a freshman to programming and computing I've learned python and C programming but I didn't get to work on any project related to them. I was really shy at first to share this online with anyone that I just a newcomer and asking for a job and earning money. Thanks to that article I shared my confusion!!!

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Arik Author

Feel free to ask any questions.

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Marcos Maia

Great article, thanks for writing it.

I believe that after a long search I've found a place to get back to blogging. Really appreciate you sharing this article as it expresses what I believe a community should be and it encourages me to start blogging again, we should be always constructive and positive, supporting each other, some of the same principles that are present in great development teams.

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aneesa1712

Wow it's really different article. Thanks for welcome us. I'm also a newcomer I also wanna write something about my confusions because I'm becoming an electrical engineer and I love programming and I love computing and stuff but I wanna work and earn practically but I want to work online and to find a job online is really difficult. If anyone have solution to that plzz let me know.

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Arik Author

Welcome! Great to have you here!

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Yashanshav

I am really glad that I found dev.to and being a part of this wonderful community.
Thanks man for your words of encouragement. It really means a lot.
And lastly, have a nice day :)

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Arik Author

Thank YOU for the kind words and for joining us. We couldn't be happier to have you!

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Mr. Best Review

That’s a great idea you have, and yes this would make use of the information you have provided us through this blog. I will share your thoughts with all my friends
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chandra mohan

I recently came across your blog and have been reading along. I thought I would leave my first comment. I don't know what to say except that I have enjoyed reading. Nice blog. I will keep visiting this blog very often.
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Nicole Saunders 💻🌹

After a really negative experience with what may be the same community you encountered its really refreshing to read this article and feel comfortable enough to comment. :)

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Arik Author

Yes! This just made my day.

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Nicole Saunders 💻🌹

Me too! I do have a question. I’ve noticed there are mainly articles here. Can we ask specific code questions?

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Arik Author

Definitely. You can use the Help section:
dev.to/t/help

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Afroze Kabeer Khan. M

I'm pretty sure this is a very welcoming community by devs for devs! ☝️🤗. Your thoughts @bendhalpern ?

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So stoked on this post, these comments, and this community.

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Anime World

Thanks a lot to think about us and write such a beautiful article, always give your best and be successful in your futureDyson V7 Review Fujifilm Instax Mini 9 Review Furbo Dog Camera Review Nest Thermostat E Review Wyze Cam V2 Review Ring Doorbell Pro Review

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Danny Dore

Thanks for posting this Arik! You've encourage me to update my profile. Maybe soon enough I'll start contributing some awesome posts here too!

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Arik Author

Can't wait to see your posts!

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Anime World

Thanks a lot to think about us and write such a beautiful article, always give your best and be successful in your future
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Indeed, I've also wondered why not everybody wants to be a programmer. Now that I think about it, perhaps because people are different. And maybe because they have a restrictive mindset, thinking that they have to sit in one place and code. Coders should introduce programming as something exciting and awesome. Like Google is doing on Coursera. They're always excited in their videos. I really like their values and vision with where they're going with the courses.

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Joe Vaughn

Thanks for writing this. I'm new to dev.to and pretty new to web development in general. You have encouraged me to participate more in these articles and discussions.

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Arik Author

Awesome! Welcome aboard!

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Jason C. McDonald

This is WONDERFUL! Thanks for the article, @acoh3n .

Hey @ben , this should totally be an automatically recommended read every time someone creates a new account! :)

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Ben Halpern

That's a great call.

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Stephen E. Chiang

A lot of what you wrote is why I adopted Dev and not some other place!

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rdilare

I'm new to dev.to. Thanks a lot for such an encouraging post.

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Arik Author

Thank you for the kind words and a bigger thank you for joining us. welcome!

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tonypitwood

I have to agree with Alex - it just worked for me too!!

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Kennedy Odhiambo

Thank you so much. This made me feel so at home. With Love from Kenya!

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Arik Author

Thanks Kennedy! This made my day!

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Sanjaay R.

Very nice post, very well written. 😁😁😁

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Arik Author

Thanks so much for the kind words!

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Ravi

thankyou it helped me a lot. Now I am going to write my first on dev.to :). THANKYOU!!

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Kudzanayi

Profiles are the bane of my existence but I'll give it a go. Also why I'm writing this comment Consider yourself an inspiration

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Arik Author

Awesome!

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Parteh

Huh this article makes me at home. Thanks for the good words Arik.

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Arik Author

Thank you! And welcome aboard!

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DanFCo

thanks for this! i am new to the community and look forward to contributing :)

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ahmedou-yahya

I love this community and I feel like I am at my home

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Peter Witham

Hi Arik,

As a new member of this community, I just want to say thank you for this post and a side thank you to the creators of dev.to.

Greatly appreciate you all taking the time.

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Arik Author

Pleasure having you here

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Coffie360

I am new developer. I was confused of the concept,not know what to learn,even where to start.
This post has given me hope and feel like home with skilful and experience brothers.
Thank you very much.

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Arik Author

Awesome. Welcome!

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Belhassen Chelbi • Edited

Oh man stop this, another dev.to lover , OMG they're spreading ! haha

cool man, we all love this community, buy a T-shirt, they have cool ones : shop.dev.to/
SHOW YOUR SUPPORT !

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