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Welcome Thread - v72

thepracticaldev profile image dev.to staff ・1 min read

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Welcome to DEV!

  1. Leave a comment below to introduce yourself! You can talk about what brought you here, what you're learning, or just a fun fact about yourself.

  2. Reply to someone's comment, either with a question or just a hello. πŸ‘‹

Great to have you in the community!

Discussion

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Hi everyone, I'm Katie the #welcome moderator.
My unofficial title: DEV cheerleader 😊

I want to welcome all of you to the DEV community and let you know that you'll find lots of help and support here for all your coding needs.

Don't hesitate to ask questions or contribute new ideas with your own post.
If you are interested in posting, be sure to read my post:

 

Hello....
My name's Macaulay
A frontend designer...
And working towards becoming a full stack developer....
I'm already working with Java as my Backend language... And it's cool and fun..... OH! forgot to mention.... I can build Desktop apps with Java also....

 

Hey Macaulay, welcome to DEV!
Which GUI library are you using for your Java Desktop apps?
I've used Swing, but I think things are moving towards JavaFX.

Yeah you're right.... I make use of JavaFX.... It's flexibility will make everything easier for you....πŸ’―πŸ’―

 
 

Hi
I'm Sohaib
A Software engineer as Mobile app development [Android / Flutter]

I'am working with
πŸš€ NodeJs and ReactJsπŸš€
in personal projects...

i am planning to get more involved in Web development

I wish you all The best

 
 
 

Hello everyone,
My name is Anas, I'm learning by working on an app project using React-native, it will be finished soon (I hope :), I've got my new IT dev degree this year.
Cordially.

 

Hello,

My firstname is Guillaume, I'm student

in Open Class Rooms (Java developer ) in France.

 

Hello and welcome to Dev.to Community ! πŸ‘‹πŸΌπŸ˜‰

 
 

Hi Guilluame, nice to meet you. Welcome to the community!

 
 

hello Guillaume. I like open classroom tutorials. They are free and high quality.

 
 

Hello! I started the self-taught journey to become a web developer a few months ago. I made an dev.to account initially to document my progress and share insights that might be of use to others in the community. When I'm not learning, I'm playing with my dogs, reading something sci-fi/fantasy, or writing short stories.

 

Hi Zach, nice to meet you. Good luck on your journey.

 

Hello there Zach and welcome to Dev.to Community! πŸ‘‹

 

Welcome Zach - good luck on your self-taught dev journey! Are you applying for jobs yet or still learning? I'm also self-taught and have been coding for work since November. Happy to help if I can!

 

Hello!

I've been on dev.to for a while but just recently started to get more active on the site. I'm currently using dev.to and hashnode while I decide where my primary platform will be. I just found out about dev.to's stackbit integration so I'm really torn between the two but already started posting to hashnode, so I'll see what happens.

I'm currently learning JavaScript. I previously learned a bit of Python but never used it for a real-world application. I switched to JavaScript because I felt it fit more with what I eventually want to get involved with, and that's cross-platform apps. I haven't decided on a field yet but I recently started reading up on civic tech and that really got my interest. I just bought a physical copy of Eloquent JavaScript to have something I can read without being tied down to the PC, and to see if learning with a physical copy will provide any additional benefits.

Casually, I enjoy gaming and primarily play FPS games on PC. I'm active on Instagram and Twitter, and used to actively stream on Twitch.

If anyone has played with hashnode and dev.to, I'd love your feedback. Otherwise, feel free to connect with me for any other reason. Thanks! :)

 

Hi all πŸ‘‹

My name is Bobby and I'm from Bulgaria.

I work as a Linux DevOps engineer. I am an avid Linux lover and supporter of the open-source movement philosophy. I also help with the DigitalOcean community forum and I work on various web-based projects including the Quiz API (you should check it is free for developers!).

I try to write tutorials for my own blog, dev.to and for the devdojo.com website!

 

Hi, Bobby! Welcome to Dev.to Community! πŸ‘‹
The QuizAPI seems cool! πŸ‘

 

Hi all,
I'm Johnny, a full stack developer. I've been reading quite a lot of the articles from this site, so I thought it just makes sense to join the community.

I have been freelancing in the last couple of years, which enables me to live an amazing lifestyle from my chosen home, Barcelona β˜€οΈ.
I'm the biggest loser when it comes to games, but it's for fun anyways πŸ•Ή.
Besides tech, I'm always up for chatting about guitars, extreme sports, or pop culture.

My goal is to start writing some articles, meet new people from around the world, and contribute a bit to this awesome community.

 

Hello everyone,

My name is Lev and I am happy to join this community. I'm currently leading the solutions engineering team at LaunchDarkly. I love people, python, and continuous delivery. Right now, I am working on a handful of random open source projects in my free time. In addition, I re(started) #100DaysOfCode this week.

 

Hello!

My name is Alex and I’m from Bulgaria! I’ve been working as a SysAdmin for the past 5 years and I’m looking forward to many more. I love Linux and everything related to Web Development and in my spare time I try to improve my skills and knowledge.

Whenever I have time I work on side projects that include web development. The latest one is Quiz Api which you can check out! It offers free subscription for developers! There are a lot of interesting quizzes including Top 10 Linux, Kubernetes, Docker, Bash interview questions and a lot more!

 

Hello there Alex and welcome to Dev.to Community! πŸ‘‹

 

Hello! πŸ‘‹

I'm Jeff Jadulco, I'm a game developer for 5 years and now I'm dipping my toes into web development. I like open source and I plan to write and share my journey while learning web development. 😬

 

Is developing games delivers as much fun as playing them? :)

 

Yes it is! And it works both ways. When I play other games, I became more appreciative of every little details in the game πŸ˜„

 

Hello Dev.to community,

Read a few great articles here and just wanted to start contributing myself. I'm an experienced PHP developer and a bunch of other cool dev/ops tech.

What would be a good article to write up in the PHP realm?

 

Hi all,

I'm Kalin, by day I'm a Linux System Administrator, by when I have time I'm a Web Developer, mostly using PHP and Laravel . This has been both my job and my hobby for the past 5 years and I dare say my hunger for knowledge hasn't dried up yet.

My recent achievement or at least how I feel it is, is starting a small websites with two of my friends. It's about quizzes on various tech topics like JS and Kubernetes - Quiz API . It ain't much but we put our heart and soul in it. I'm sharing it as I feel this is how everyone's hobby should make them feel, awesome!

Anyway, happy to be here, in such a positive community!

 

Hi everyone I am Krishna learning MERN stack developer and I love opensource and mostly do things related to web development and I completed #100DaysofCode
Read me #100DayOfCode storyπŸ”½
Hello to all i hope my #100DaysOfCode Journey will motivate youπŸ™
I started my #100daysofcode journey on 19 December 2019
and I completed my overall challenge on 26 April 2020.
My Whole Life Story from child to Code
hello there good morning/afternoon/evening/night when I was a kid mostly not able to stay at the home. but my after my schooling started and I was bullied by many folks/students in school and colony also after that I mostly spend time with my grandparents and mother and I always like to go the holidays to my mother home and today also .so without further wasting your precious time here we go.I find my interest in technology because I mostly like to play with mobile and gadgets pc and after 10th school, I joined basic computer classes and I knowing computer since windows XP, I joined science program after that my life change many things happen to me but never regret I studied well that is good .and after that I joined Computer Science and Engineering program after all 18 years of mostly lonely life I don't have too many friends and connections I am depressed, sad young boy but one thing I do from childhood that is I love my Mother & God and like to visit temples and pray for a good life. so one first day of college I visited the temple and prayed for my good day and life but in the first year I realized most of the things in college we have to do by ourself at that time I realized the self-taught thing after clearing all subjects in the first year I entered in second year of my college 18 July 6:30 PM I got a gift from as laptop Lenovo Ideapad 16GB ram 2TB HDD 4GB NVIDIA GRAPHICS CARD pretty good and we bought it for $900 =64,000 INR and my mother gifted me by her savings and she is a hardworking women and best women in my life. after that our college has HTML and CSS and js basic intro classes but I am not able to understand those things firstly by good way but after that I realized I love things related to visual then I started exploring the web for that I learnet from w3schools and tutorialspoint after that I started using FreeCodeCamp and then good start I got after doing basic certification I started exploring things related web development and I started using twitter since 2015 and new one 2017 August and after so many things I ended with MERN stack and as I said before started my #100DaysOfCode on 19 December 2019 and I completed on 26 April 2020 and in that contributed few opensource organizations and I built 22+ small projects and i made few friends also and those friends are very good to me and that's all I hope my journey to code will inspire you to thank you all.😊 and I walk regularly 10,000 steps for going college and coming home I visit temples daily.
and Nowadays I mostly spend my time computers and 60's music The Beatles and mostly on twitter & I happy with that. below I am adding some resources and links related to me feel to check it out.
You can find all days details on my twitter handle and thank you for reading whole things best wishes for good life πŸ˜ŠπŸ€— Thank you all and please ask questions I will definitely try answer Questions and Avoid grammatical mistakes I am not pro. all the best Guys .tell me your thoughts in suggestions
My Final Tweet for #100DayOfCode Day 100πŸ”½
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*** Gitlab Free Resources for A To Z of Web Development πŸ‘‰ArticleLink**
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Hello,

I'm David.
I'm an engineering manager working from an awesome company with an outstanding team. However, I have a strong background in development, and I hope to use dev.to to help me stay up to date in what is trending and some of the new best practices. Also, I'll try to help you guys if I can.

Best,

 

Hi there! I’m Ryo Nakao. I’m a software engineer, quite interested in reducing the cycle time between an idea and usable software.

Nowadays, I've been enthusiastic about the development of a continuous delivery system, and static analysis tools in Golang. I just recently made golintui, a TUI tool for Golang linters, so I hope you can try it out.

I'm glad to be a part of such a positive community anyway.

 

Hiya!
If we've not met before, I'm Reang. I'm a third-year undergrad studying Electrical Engineering at the Indian Institute of Technology Kanpur. I grew up chasing chickens. I guess that does it for an intro. If you wanna know more about me you can head to reangdeba.xyz. good day!

 

Hi all!
I'm Thomas, I'm working on a mobile game, building in Flutter! πŸ‘‹

In the daytime I develop business software in .NET and I also have experience with Java, Kotlin, Elm, Go, Python, Powershell, Bash, git, blah, blagh, snore, zzzzZZZ... πŸ˜ͺ

πŸš€
See you around!

 

Wow, and how is it developing using Dart/Flutter?

 

I must say I'm enjoying it immensely! Dart is a modern language, reminds me a lot of modern Java or Kotlin, and with everything laid out so great by the Flutter team, getting help is really easy!
With Flutter hot reload and visual test runs, building super-fast UI is a walk in the park, and with experience from other modern languages, you'll feel right at home coding reactive, asynchronous code.. πŸ˜„

 

Hello!
My name is Klayton and I'm a lurker from a while now.
I see that this is a amazing community with nice people and everyone seems happy to help each other.
Helping others is a core value of mine, so I felt happy and created my profile.

I'm a experienced developer, with most of my career focused on C#, SQL HTML, CSS and JS.

Thanks and see you later!

 

Hello everyone, I'm Alan, I'm French and I'm 19

I'm a student in CrΓ©ajeux, in Programmation.

let me tell you a bit about me, I learn programming on my own on my free time 4 years ago, I quickly was interested in game development. I learn C++, Lua, and C# and made small projects in my free time during high school and I learn Python in class and made a game with friends as a school project.
When I've got my degree I know that I wanna make video games so I joined my actual game dev school.
You can check the small games that I made on my itch.io page

I'm glad to join you and share with you 😁

 
 

Hi! I'm from Norway and I'm learning web development in my free time as I have a full time job in another field. I also have three kids age 2, 4 and 8, so my free time is limited(understatement of the year) , but my motivation is high as I love to learn something new all the time!
It's great to discover new rescources like DEV!
I'm currently learning JavaScript and hope to pick up some great tips on that and web development in general:)

 

Hi Maren, I'm Katie, the #welcome tag moderator.
It's great to see more woman who code here on DEV.

I want to welcome you to the DEV community and let you know that you'll find lots of help and support here for all your coding needs.

 

Hi there!
I'm Ugur, an early follower of DEV.to and finally created an account πŸ˜„
I'm here to follow awesome articles closely and also share my experience.

I'm a huge fan of basketball πŸ€ and building software products ❀️

If you have a great idea or experience building products ping me!

 

Hi everyone, I'm Khalil Preview, I'm a Full-Stack Python Developer, I create awesome and effective open-source software and platforms of all sizes.
I want to be part of this community and try to help and learn from you :).
So don't hesitate to ask questions or contribute new ideas.

 

Hi,
Im Ruairi from Ireland.

have about 10 years in Software Testing but looking to try to make a move to WebDev sometime in the near future, and lockdown is giving me some time to be able to try to learn. between working and family that is.

I actually posted in a different post as well because I think the other welcome thread wasn't letting me add anything for some reason.

dev.to/ruairimactiern1/thanks-for-...

you'll find me on twitter, Instagram, facebook, github .. the usual spots as well as my fitness blog (old one be it) and trying to get my portfolio site put together properly.

 

meant to say, if i can ever help anyone please let me know :)

 

Hi everyone.!
I'm Mayantha Fernando from Srilanka.
Currently, I'm reading B.Sc.(Special) in Information Systems.
I'm using Java technologies and frameworks for my development.
These days, I'm looking for an Internship.
LinkedIn : linkedin.com/in/sachith-mayantha-f...

 

Hi everyone! I'm Emilly and I've been studying development since I was 15 years old, nowadays I'm a dev (who unfortunately hates coffee) passionate about helping and learning.
I decided to be more participative in this wonderful community that we devs have so here I am <3

 

Hello everyone. Its nice to be a part of this community. πŸ™‚
Recently started working on github.com/foyzulkarim/react-redux...
Please do check my other pet projects in my GitHub profile. Will be happy to get feedback from you.

 

Hello Guys,

I'm Joao and I work with DEV since 1997, the animated GIFs era, and I'm specialising in Javascript Full Stack (Node and React). I'm based in Rio de Janeiro Brazil and I hope we can support each other soon...

Thanks for having me here

 

Hi my name is Cameron Aaron! I am. Currently a student at Connecticut College Majoring in Computer Science and Psychology with a minor in Cognitive Science. I have worked with Tech Companies such as GitHub as a software Engineer and Google as a Product Expert. I am certified in information technology by Google. I am looking to make new friends in the industry if anyone is interested in chatting more please feel free to add me on LinkedIn linkedin.com/in/kamisama/

 

Hello everyone !

I'm Thomas, a full-stack developer from France. I am very happy to be able to post my about my different experiences.
Please follow my profile inn order to never miss a news from me !
Thanks all

 

Hi everyone, I'm Fabio,
I am currently working as a mechanical engineer, but I'm planning to make the switch to a developer career.
My username is the web address of my site, which will be online soon!

 

Hello! I'm John. I joined dev.to because I really like the positive environment it creates. I like to blog when I have an idea and this seems like a really good place to do that. Right now I'm learning a lot about x11 using java. This is a strange combination but it is fun. I also enjoy contributing to nixos and learning the nix language.