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Hi everyone!,
Just starting out my programming journey. I enjoy working with JavaScript, but I am up for learning anything. Excited to contribute to this awesome community.

 

I think the only person who tagged as an attachment

 

Hello everyone,

I’m Mina, a Java developer turned C# developer. Although I’m a senior at my work, I still feel like there’s so much to learn. I think that’s the beauty of programming — constant learning.

I also blog on my spare time and am learning React natve. I’ve always dreamed of publishing an app but never really got around to it. I now focus more on writing on my blog (craftedserendipity.com) and programming.

My manager sent me an article from dev.to about code reviews. It piqued my interest so much that I decided to join the community.

Excited to learn from passionate, like-minded people, and to contribute my ideas and experiences to the community. :)

 

Mina Opada
hi ..
how to create oop in Lua-language

 

Hi Khairi, unfortunately, I have not tried programming in Lua yet. But, object-oriented programming is a type of programming design. It's kind of based on what the language is catered to.

So, in OOP, we can create classes and relate them to real-world entities. That is okay for, say, Java or C#. But in C, we can't do that because C language doesn't have classes.

Maybe you can apply the OOP Concepts in Lua language. These concepts include polymorphism, encapsulation, etc. Click here for more information on OOP. :)

 

Hi-ya everyone! My name's Spencer and I mostly do [ actually only do, really ] Javascript stuff. I'm currently trying to learn backend stuff as I've really only ever done things with frontend code. My favorite frontend framework has to be Vue.js, and I'm excited to learn GraphQL.

I came to DEV.to after finding it either through Twitter or Product Hunt, I forget which. The design of the website stood out to me though, and the community here seems great! So, yeah... Here I am :)

 
 

Excellent to start with GraphQL (for me) it was with Gatsby. Vue is excellent FED i love it, especially Nuxtify ;)

BED always come with Linux administration, so welcome to the club ;)

SFSD

 

Hi everyone,
I'm Helen and i'm a junior dev in JS in a french start'up. I'm working on React (I tried vuejs too but I felt in love with react). I finished school in november 2018 so I've got lots of stuff to learn, discover... I'm enjoying my new work (I was a comics bookseller for 5 years) and I discover Dev.to on march 8th for International Women's day with "Nevertheless she coded".
I'm really happy to discover this community :)

 
 
 

Hi everyone, I'm Chris. I've been doing front end development for a long time, focused more on HTML/CSS/jQuery, with a little backend dev, a little UX and a little mobile app development thrown in. I've specialized in creating accessible sites lately, learned a lot about the WCAG 2.X guidelines.

I recently found this site through a couple of developers that I followed on Twitter. My coworkers mostly use Microsoft Teams to communicate.

 

Hi, Chris! I've been trying to wrangle better accessibility into our 25,000 pages and our content management system. So far, it's been winning, but progress is happening.

 

Hey there! I prefer messaging people, but I always intend for the messages to be asynchronous. We as a team strive for async communication, and no one is expected to respond immediately. It's a great way to stay focused and get things done, while talking with one another when needed.

 

But it sure sounds interesting!

I had not heard of async communication before.

 

Hey, my name is Cedric. I was brought here from Twitter after doing a follow blitz of developers (Ali Spittel, Ire Aderinokun, and Sara Soueidan just to name a few). I wanted another avenue to learn from like-minded individuals beyond my job. I currently acquired a Javascript cert. after only having working experience with it and jQuery for 9 years.

My coworkers mostly communicate in person and on slack. Majority of our conversations involves who's buying the office cookies next and funny gifs.

 

Haha I was also brought here on a Twitter follow blitz. I'm Wiley. JavaScript nerd currently selling my time to a small company in Colorado.

 
 
 

Hey I am Suren... a software developer from Sri Lanka. I have worked with Java and PHP in the past but now doing Python and Javascript development mostly. Still learning those, thought I will check out Dev.to after listening to dev.to creator on product hunt podcast. Excited to be here and meet you all.

 
 

Hey :)
Am Sara, i came in here after reading a lot of informative articles that was published here and shared on twitter, and decided to make my blog and share my Journey too.
I have just started working Professionally as a Software developer three months ago.
So its overwhelming a lot of times, and one needs such incredible community to keep going :D

 
 

Hi everyone, I'm Stephanie, I'm a UX designer and mobile expert in Luxembourg, I also teach and talk at conferences.
I don't code that much anymore but I still like to keep up with what's going on in JS, HTML and CSS. I read a few articles on this site and decided to create an account :)
I'm currently learning the basics of swift with the apple playground app and I have to say, it's a nice and fun way to learn.

 

Hello world! :-)

I'm a Web/iOS developer and up-and-coming data scientist wrapping up my M.S. in Data Science in 7 weeks! I love a cross-section of software from FP in Swift to computer vision work with deep learning. I work often in the web space and love teaching! My friend Jake Dohm said I should join the community so here I am! I have worked at the same company RoleModel Software for over six years while I've been in school.

I am excited to share things I'm learning with others and look forward to learning from you all.

 

Welcome! Are you related to Anthony DiLorenzo, the composer?

 

No, sorry. I do play the Piano, Accordion, and Alto Sax though... :-)

 
 

Hellooo :)

I've been a software engineer for over 14 years, focusing on javascript for a little over 10 years now. I've also recently become a Pluralsight author. I'm joining Dev.to so that I can get some technical content out there, and hopefully help someone with a problem they're trying to solve, just like so many articles out there have helped me get to where I am today. I'd love to write more articles about things that I'm working on, and I really like reading content on dev.to.

 

Hello!

I wanted to take my career into another level after I got inspired from many articles written on this community. And hopefully one day I can also share something that can contribute to others specially on this community.

So yeah hope everyone is doing great and having fun! See yah! :)

 
 

Hello,

I am new to programming (2-3 months) and looking for a home. My 12-week code boot camp is nearly over. It gave me a handle on the basics of HTML, CSS, Javascript, PHP, Linux, and PHPMyAdmin/MySQL. Currently, I am trying to learn Bootstrap to help me in the front-end (I'm terrible at design). I want to learn a library and a framework. My next programming language is Python, I hope!

 

Hi, everyone.

I'm Al (that's with an L, as in AL, not an I as in Artificial Intelligence). What brought me here was Opera Developer. I switch browsers monthly so I can experience each one as a heavy user. Opera is using Chromium so it's not all that far from Chrome (or soon, Microsoft Edge). Next month it's Safari's turn.

I'm a web developer with a fairly large local government in the US. In my spare time I teach a front-end class at a college, volunteer with Red Cross Disaster IT, volunteer with Creative Mornings breakfast lectures, and try to keep my son from overthrowing the world.

 
 

GM! Anthony D. Mays here, Software Engineer @ Google and programmer with 18 years of experience specializing in web technologies (formerly Microsoft stack, now Angular, React, blah, blah).

Also, helping to build a more representative and inclusive tech world by by providing technical interview resources and consulting with companies/non-profits. Stop by my website for tips if you need 'em (amays.me/interview-tips).

Fun fact: I am legit straight outta Compton and was featured in a BuzzFeed video last year (amays.me/buzzfeed).

 

Good morning sir
Thank you for the link on tips 😊

 

Hi to all the community!
I came here after reading someone post in LinkedIn about this new community. I'm primarily a mobile developer (Flutter, iOs, Android) but also a try-to backend and web developer for need in some project I follow.

I love to communicate in person with people because it gives space to creativity, but chat and email are irreplaceable for fast collaboration.

 

Hello, looking to pick up some new practices that can be used for various forms of system development. This is with a goal of towards a move from old school sysadmin to devops by simplifying scripts and configs.

I have done some python and bash which I have running on a day by day basis. Dipped my toes in Docker, Swarm, LXC & Kubernetes and a little bit of Golang.

I need to get proficient at development. I've been following Dev on Twitter for sometime. I thought I'd actually use it as my daily news feed now.

So hello... any pointers or advice would be great.

 

Heyho,
the awesome book-memes brought me to the dev-community of twitter where I found some great articles. And now I'm working on some projects for the Uni and thinking about sharing my knowledge about netkit and stuff (via an article maybe?) cause I had a hard time figuring out how that works and think that it shouldn't be the standard.

 
 

Hello everyone!
My name is Emura Daisuke.
I am interested in new technologies and algorithms.
By sharing my ideas with everyone, I want to learn many things from everyone.

The first idea Hayate-Shiki is a sorting algorithm .
If you are interested, please take a look.

 

Hi! everyone,

I'm David from Mexico city. I studied Communication Science and became over the years more interested in Software development. I have worked for 10 years in the e-learning industry.

I enjoy writting things in Python, Javascript and Php, in a more functional way. I like Functional Programming alot.

Currently, i'm trying to learn about reactive programming and the common design ideas that we can find between OO and Functional programming styles. Also i find OO Design Patterns a very interesting topic.

I spend time in self-paced learning things about NodeJs, React, GraphQL and Django.

I'm really happy to join this awesome community.

 

Hello programmers!.

I am Prashant Yadav javascript enthusiast, Founder, and Writer at learnersbucket.com. I continuously learn about javascript, its frameworks, and libraries and share what I have learned with the community.

 

Hello people!
After working as a crew member on cruise ships for 10 years, i ventured myself into programming since '17, i'm in love with JS mainly (React, Vue) but i also had my summers of love with Django and Php, currently i am struggling with React Native, reason which made like Flutter even more.
I am glad i found this site.

 

Hi everyone,

my name is Georg. I am a career changer and I would call myself a "part time" web-developer. One part of my job is to create websites (mostly in WordPress). But I also work with other CMS like Adobe Experience Manager (I just do the content management, not the programming). I started with HTML, CSS, SCSS...and some JavaScript. I haven't graduated from high school or university and had the first 30 years of my life nothing to do with programming or computer specific topics. Therefore I feel like I sometimes need a little longer to understand certain concepts. :-)

For me, programming is fun and I am always curious about new things. #JavaScript and #NodeJS are my main topics at the moment.

I like a lot of posts here on DEV. That's why I am here. I am more likely a reader/consumer than a writer, maybe it's because english is not my native language (obviously). But I like to share good content and who knows, maybe someday I will write a useful article too. ;-)

Nice to be here...

 

Hi there,
I am Duc. I write software using .NET stack for 13+ years. Recently saw John Papa posted on the dev.to so I think it must be something cool. I checked out and wow I was bought in immediately.
Hopefully, I can give something to the community because it gives me too much. Over the years, I have built a good knowledge foundation about software design, OOP, architecture, ... things that make software better.

 

Hello everyone,

I'm a french ops guy (linux sysadmin), who can handle bash scripts (can we call it dev?), but didn't really write dev program from scratch. I can read and mix things when it comes to perl or javascript, but i think overall getting more skills in dev will help me in my day2day workjob.

One thing which i'm struggling right now, is that i'd like to move forward and change job, and getting more into the devop flow, but it's pretty hard, because in one hand i want to get more skill on dev, and in the other side i don't also want to get involved in a job where i won't progress on this topic.

I think overall, i really need to improve my skill on my own, maybe by working on own projects, or on underground project for my job.

Thing is, when it comes to personal project, i find it difficult, to get back to work again, after my workday, especially because of my wife and kids. But i guess, to be honest that this is an excuse, because afterall, kids or not, everyone have to put effort in it to get to the desired level.

Well, i guess starting right now is a good beginning, and i wish the journey for you guys will be as fine as possible.

 

Hi !
I'm a brand new member, a -still learning- Junior Fullstrack Js developer from Paris :)
I ended up here out of curiosity, I know nothing about Dev.to, but it looks cool so I wanted to join and contribute to the sweet DEV's community !
Hope I can learn and be inspired from you all :)

~In memes I trust~

 

Hey everyone
I'm James.
I see myself as a front end web developer in training,
at least for now. I'm currently learning Javascript, and working on some projects (though it hasn't been kind to me). I also have a passion for ui/ux designing. I hope to make some progress in my journey as a developer, and also to have some fun know this awesome and vibrant community

 

HELLO! I am fiasyo, i joined dev after a friend shared this in search of how to publish my code on net. In for learning i am quite familiar with html, css nd less of javascript but surely growing daily.

 

Hi guys, my name is Darko, and previously I wrote my share of articles on Medium, but recently it started to annoy me with its limited read plans and I'm considering dev.to for my future dev articles. I'm currently mostly doing JavaScript, but I have xp in many many other things. Happy reading and coding!

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