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Hello everyone and welcome to the DEV community to anyone who's new here!
My name is Bobby and I've been working as a Linux DevOps Engineer for a few years now! I am a big fan of Laravel and I help with all things around a website called DevDojo!
I recently wrote an open-source eBook on how to get started with Bash Scripting and I am currently recording a mini video series on the same topic:
My goal for this year is to reach 1000 subscribers on YouTube so I could enable monetization!
I read your book, it's really nice
Thank you! I am really happy to hear that!
nice content here man!
Thank you Elliot 🙏! Appreciate that!
Hello Dev's, I am Arwaz Khan Computer Science & Engineering Student from India.
I am here because of Open Source Community and Dev Community.
Currently learning Data Structures and Algorithms.
Fun Fact: 😐😐😐
Hi Arwaz Khan :)
Nice to have you here
Cool! Super nice to have you in the community.
Nice to have you here!
HI NEW PALS
I'm a "late-bloomer" who recently discovered a passion for creating via code. I am here to write about my bootcamp journey, and cool new things I learn along the way. I am told that having an online presence is a must for those with a non-CS background. Formerly a mental health & arts professional, you might catch me blog about how coding makes me feel occasionally...
Hey, I’d love to connect and maybe even share some insights. I read your other article, and I can so relate to that.
I signed up here to meet like-minded people, and I would love to at least know one other female programmer and to share experiences :)
Hi Lisella, thank you for reading my article and I'm so glad to hear I'm not the only one who feels this way :) I've sent you a message!
Before this, I was an Illustration and graphic design student/intern, which was what introduced me to web development!
I’m hoping to learn about cool new technologies and implementations from this community. Tech changes so fast that there’s always something new to learn! I love to combine art and design with the power of technology, and hope to create tools to help designers design more effectively. Perhaps I’ll document my journey to learning development or share musings or things that I’ve made on here.
I recently found out about this community from someone's article on medium (There is too much too learn, I haven't done any moves towards meeting people from the community. Maybe, that's was a mistake).
Apparently, I'm not being great at networking).
Staying on the "behind the curtain" side - reading a lot, but not really getting involved into any discussions.
Hope to become one of the dev "wizards" one day.:)))))
Hi there Rendell here from the Philippines I recently graduated from a bootcamp and do not know where to go next. I hope I can find someone who can be my coding buddy Its really hard to be alone. Hope you are all doing well have a nice day!
Hi everybody! Your posts brought me here - I'm a recent bootcamp grad and I've been reading lots of dev.to articles ever since I started my webdev journey.
My name's Michael and I got deeply interested in software back in 2017 thanks to cryptocurrency. Some friends and I started a YouTube channel that I hosted, where I got to ask researchers about their network designs and encryption. It was a lot of fun!
Since then I've written some articles about software and job-searching. I'm thinking about publishing here instead of Medium.com and I was wondering if you had any thoughts on which platform's better for growing an audience?
I think that dev.to is a really good platform for building an audience. If you check my account for example, around 500 followers and 20k views in a month.
Welcome to dev.to!
Edit - If you want I'm interested in writing an article together / exchanging links
Thank you! Wow that's really great progress for just 1 month, thanks for the advice. Maybe, I'll DM you now
My name is Jason, and I'm the CTO and CoFounder of CoScreen, a next-generation multi-pair remote collaboration tool:
I have been programming and interested in programming since I was a kid, and have worked in software development for over 20 years, originally starting writing embedded firmware for data acquisition for the HiRes high-energy cosmic-ray research project at the University of Utah (cosmic-ray.org/).
Since then I have mostly worked in various startups, including being the first full-time engineer at HireVue, as well as making a mobile sign language communication product for Sorenson Communications (sorensonvrs.com/)
My goal is just to stay connected to the wider developer community and keep my finger on the pulse of how things are changing in the software development world.
I’m currently self teaching myself through udemy courses, youtube, freecodecamp, and other online tools.
Looking forward to all the discussions and topics on here.
Hello, first day on the DEV community, I 'm from México, student of Web systems development and Python programmer, currently learning Machine Learning as a service and cloud development, always open to chat about technology.
Nice to meet you!!!
I am Raj, second year student of Computer Engineering from India
For a long time, I relied solely on my formal education. I put too much faith in it. Last year, when I joined college and all that faith fell off a cliff, I realised the importance of self learning and doing one’s own research. I think there are a lot of people who find themselves in my shoes.
I am writing to have a healthy sharing of knowledge between like minded people
I totally understand your point, formal education provides a solid knowledge base but the speed at which technology evolves these days is incredible.
Hi DEVs, great to join the community and I am looking forward to learn, connect and exchange on Open Source Development and Data Integration.
I am currently trying my best to balance staying involved with the code of our open source framework (not a developer by training), while being there for the community and doing all that "marketing and admin stuff" as well. Anyone else here wandering the worlds between tech and business? Let's chat!
We also really appreciate any feedback on our integration framework: github.com/openintegrationhub/
I am Hanifullah and I am a student of computer informatics from Afghanistan. Searching for errors brought me here and I am happy to learn from you Dev's and share my own experience.
Thanks and Regards
Welcome to the dev community!
Hi guys, I'm Andy - a full-stack web developer and graphic designer from Cheshire, UK.
I've been a web dev for 10 years now and involved in graphic design closer to 20.
Recently re-joined the Twitter community and have already made some great connections and enjoyed being part of the community.
Looking forward to becoming part of the dev.to community too and hopefully offering some insight, information and support to fellow designers and developers.
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