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Welcome to new members of DEV ! 👋
There are plenty of posts that have great content. And you can adjust your feed preferences.
Hello Thomas. Thank you for the welcome message! My name is Jeremy...
Hello Thomas 👋
Thanks you and hello to everyone else
😊 thank you
Thank you, I hope to learn a lot from you
Hello community! I've been reading and enjoying quite a few interesting posts here for a while now and thought i'd get on board.
Keep on posting relevant and enjoyable articles on tips , obsticles and solutions - i'll try to join in when i get the chance.
I am new to the coding world and am intimidated a bit, but curious nonetheless to learn it. Any suggestions are greatly appreciated! I should back up a bit by saying that I am not totally new to the coding world as I am the Director of Customer success for the wonderful company @Feldroy. I take care of a lot of different things that encompass the company, with the exception of the technical coding part of things. So, that's why I am here, to be able to better assist with our customers' technical questions.
Whew, I did it! As intimidating as it was, I feel good about taking the first step into this new world. Cheers everyone!
Cheers, Carla! That's awesome that you're getting into learning to code. You have the kind of eye for detail and structure that would make you a great coder, and I'll help you however I can!
Some things that may help you on your coding journey:
Thank you for the pointers, Audrey!
Hey dev.to people! I'm Rodrigo (aka MDK, mdkcore); posting here as I've just posted on some old welcome thread :p
linux and game development are my passion, also, I like c/c++, python and shell scripting, still learning some programming languages (like go and rust) and trying to finish my new VPS setup to migrate all my stuff.
my friend told me about the site, and I hope to learn a lot and help everyone here!
Hi, I am Bhavsagar a Self-taught developer.
Hi everyone wave, I'm Debra-Kaye, a Graphic Designer. I've always been interested in Information Technology (design and programming) and studied I.T. at university, but coding didn't stick and I never got into the field. Now I'm re-learning coding through self-study as I aspire to become a Frontend Developer.
Looking forward to connecting with and learning from you all :).
How is your self study coming along? Where are you studying? I am on a self study right now as well. Currently I am on edX
It's going okay so far. Would love to have a friend on this journey though. I'm doing Frontend Master's Web Development Bootcamp. After that, i'm going to do freeCodeCamp.
I'm making (and hopefully, going to finish) a game with Godot Engine. I also tinker some static web development.
There are so many interesting posts here I don't even know where to begin!
Hello, my name is Jeremy. I am new to coding/web development/programming languages. I am eager to learn and build skills. I welcome any advice concerning these topics. Thank you ahead of time for your input and I look forward to meeting everyone and maybe collaborating on some projects! Have a great day!
newbie here too. cheers!
So tell mw what's fun to do around here and what are some post I should definitely read?
Hello. I'm a nerd who want in future works in Gamedev. I really love video games. At this moment I creating a 2D Game Engine in C++ using SFML, sol2 and others usefull libs.
Good luck in your evolution as a game dev!
yay, SFML!! <3
Hello! I've lurked reading posts on dev.to for a couple years, and finally decided to jump in and introduce myself.
I'm a software engineer (mostly big data -- so much Hadoop) turned startup entrepreneur over the past 6 months. I dabble in personal OSS projects, and mess around answering questions on Quora, but mostly I work : ), so I figured the best way to introduce myself was to post what I've been building.
(the tl,dr is, I feel passionate about helping empower everyone at a company who can script. We've tried to make it easy for anyone to build cloud-native internal tools, whether they're a full-time dev, or spend 2 hours a week hacking in Python).
I've gotten a lot out of the posts I've read here, and hope I can contribute back now and then. Look forward to getting to know everyone (or at least some of you).
Hey I just read your post you said that it wasn't like you were a gardener or something but that's what I was doing in the beginning not by choice cause that's what my dad was doing and he would have me help him it take a lot away from me my time and education and I wish I would of had the internet a long time ago it would of helped me then when I needed it school was never very much for me I feel like I'm starting from scratch all over again but I have learned some things but it isn't enough to get me going
Hi everyone 👋
I'm a Full Stack Developer working on web apps on the side all the time. I'm mostly using Angular with serverless backends these days :) Looking forward to diving into the great content here and joining the disussion!
My name is Adeoluwa Adeboye from Nigeria.
I am a Data Science, Machine Learning and Web Development Enthusiast. So I will be dropping posts related to this areas. I am open to remote Internships and Collaborations.
Hi Im Angela, I got interested in learning HTML CSS java bc i thought I was going to make a website and make money dropshipping or something...my blog turned out alright...website did not!!! I have zero formal education in CS or any of this but i had such a fun time learning how i broke my website over and over and over again and had to learn some stuff to not sound like an idiot to the wordpress chat ppl AGAIn! lol so im challenging myself and taking tutorials on freecodecamp and i hope someday to make beautiful websites! or games or something! thanks for being here with me ppl!!!
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