Parabéns, companheiro! É muito admirável o seu trabalho e esforço. Desejo muito sucesso ai a vocês!
Now so everyone else can understand the rest of my comment, you already have a project (this site) that people can work their skills on, so maybe a suggestion for new people that join your group is to take up a challenge of making an improvement or fixing a bug as their first task, following the full git workflow of adding issue, forking, creating a branch, making a PR and then getting it accepted and closing the issue, which would be celebrated by the group as the individual first contribution :)
You like Portuguese i see eheh! :D
Thanks for the congratulations, ans yeap, the git thin is only the baby steps, we have a LOT to improve :)
People who doesnt know anything about HTML, CSS and JS, in February of this year, and now they code for example a Pomodoro Clock (You see a lot on codepen of example) or a random quote generator (their CSS) even a tribute page, these projects are from freeCodeCamp CV, and the main objetive of this type of groups its to improve the techincal/soft skill for better. And we're working hard on that :)
I invite you to see our group here: facebook.com/groups/free.code.camp...
And we had social link as well, but dont want to spamm that here. But if you want you can see on the group. :D
Let's meet more programmers, we need help everytime! For example, we invited @dhanishgajjar (fullstack developer) well knowed on programming community, and he's living in Lisbon, and we have invited him to make a talk/workshop, and we will come certainly :D
Just to share a goot think. Thanks for your suggestions :D
Nice!! If I’m ever in Lisbon I will contact you, I would love to come in and give a talk as well.
Boa sorte com o seu grupo!
of course! I invite you to come of course :D
If you want to see our progress, you can check the website, go to our facebook page, a visit the group and we will welcome you ;) and anyone who came :D
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