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I hope to have a good time here learning and maybe working together.
Hi Corey & Diego, I've just finished a certificate course on full stack development and love to learn more by working with and helping others. Please ask also me any questions as I'm aggressively seeking more experience. Happy coding!
Thank you...I'd love to ask...I'm pretty much still a baby in JS
Of course don't hesitate to ask me.
If I don't have the answer, we'll get help: D
Great to be hear your finding Node.js I'm very interested as well.
Hi Diego, I'm also from Colombia. It's really nice to find paisanos por estos lados 😅. I'm just starting in this web dev world and join this community a few days ago. Welcome!
Hi Karen. Genial ! Me alegra saludar paisanos por aqui :D
Thanks, I hope we can help each other and learn a lot together here. Where are you from ?
I live near to Pereira, there are a great dev community here.
I'm from Bogotá. I'm currently reviewing some HTML and CSS. Hoping to start JS soon.
Hi Diego =) Cool! what are you building? I wanna hear more about what you are working on.
Hi sally !
I am working on a company asset request and purchasing management project. This is a large company with many service areas and this process is a bit difficult and time consuming at the moment. We mainly use Node.js, React.js and mongoDB.
Hey Corey, welcome! I joined this community a few days ago. I'm also studying HTML and CSS at the moment. It's hard to know when it's "enough knowledge" to move on to JS.
You know I've struggled with this as well. I'm doing freecodecamp and I'm making sure I take my time on the projects at the end of the Responsive Web Design course (HTML and CSS). I've learned so far in life and other things there's sometimes a point you just make the decision to move on to the next thing. The way I see it is coding is like a never ending open book test hahaha. Some take longer some move quicker, but you all have the same resources available and the answers are always there for reference. Hope that helps Karen ☺️ Happy Coding!
Great advice. You're absolutely right. What have you thought for JS?
Karen, I've mainly been using Freecodecamp and just following their curriculum. I've really enjoyed it so far. I also use SoloLearn on my phone so when I'm out and about and have some time to kill a do a few things on there. Like it's been a bit since I've gone through HTML. I use it in projects of course but I like to use the SoloLearn app as a refresher when on the go. It has JS as well. I'm more of a give me the curriculum and I'll follow it, but then I'll explore more during projects. 😆
You know, lately I've seen a lot of people mentioning free code camp, so I'm actually gonna check it out. Just like you I prefer to have the curriculum to follow and know where I'm going and then expand and learn more things as a practice on a project
Let me know how it goes! I think it's pretty neat. There's other things out there a friend just recommended it to me!
I'd love to know what those are! Can't afford courses so I'm looking for free material hehe. Any recommendation to begin with JS?
So just Google freecodecamp all as one word. I'm not sure if I'm allowed to post links so find freecodecamp with .org. it should be like the first result. I haven't started their JS course yet, I'll probably mess with it tonight. Give that a try!
Oh that's great! Let me know what you think. I expect to begin with JS next week. After I finish a review that I'm doing of some CSS topics. It'd be great to have someone doing it at the same time. Is that something that would interest you?
Yes, that sounds great! I will be starting it tonight so click my name and select follow. Than I believe we can DM rather than extend this thread :)
That’s where I’m at. They say know html and css before starting JS but how much. Struggling to get VS Code working to use as IDE.
I looked through several resources and made a list of the most important topics for CSS. Then I started reviewing each one with enough info that I am able to apply the concept. However, with CSS I learnt more by doing a project and searching the things I didn't know as a was doing it.
I am new to this community as well. Lets welcome each other :)
Hello and welcome!
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DevLorenzo ・ Mar 2 ・ 17 min read
I'm mikey, and I'm a 13 year old Python defloper! (yes, defloper) I love to code, and spend my free time making flask servers and Discord bots. You could probably catch me watching Nichijou for the 10th time, playing Rocket League, or coding something random! My latest project is a cryptography Discord bot! You can find links on my profile page.
Talk to you later,
What does defloper mean
Lol it's developer I just say defloper though
You play rocket league? You absolutely must write to me in private. We already have two passions in common!
Hello, I'm tankerguy1917. I live in the southwest Washington state, and I'm 16 years old as of posting this and I am learning Python/Pygame. As of posting this, I am working on a game engine made in pygame (its just classes). I code on a website called Repl.it, since IDEs are "so terrible" on my school computer, or at least the district seems to think.
Hello World!❤️, My name is Sachin Das, From India 🇮🇳 , I started program in cpp in my schooling ( nothing more than some cout << ) , got some idea about electronics in college, done an event in clg, for which I learnt python 🐍( youtu.be/ypBFgddLr3I 🤦♂️) And got here when I searched " BUILD YOUR OWN OS " in DuckduckGo . I m very happy to find this type of community exists , love u all
Hello everyone. Happy to join the community. I am French living in Finland and work as a full stack web and mobile developer, developing currently websites with React, mobile apps with React Native, exploring native iOS and Android, and a touch of C#, .NET and Azure.
Hey Raphaël 👋
Welcome to Dev.to
Hello everyone, I am Jason Coleman. I live in New York, and am working on learning full-stack development, with this I would like to run my own freelance web development company remotely. I have been working on or in computers since I was 7 years old and have had some programing experience in college. I used to do web design, on the side of my main career and want to utilize those skills in development.
I used to work in coffee and was a head roaster for a know coffee brand in NYC but covid claimed my job. I have always been interested in working in web design, development, and Ui/UX design. I have worked on programing mods for video games but that was mainly only scratching the surface! I am not sure what language that was, I assume it was C++ but it could have been C#.
I am here to learn and alter my career permanently!
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My Name is Ankit and I'm a 3rd year engineering student from India. I love to code in Python(mostly django) and Flutter ! I am currently enjoying building my new projects in Python and Flutter. Happy to be here !
Hello, I'm Daiki from Tokyo, Japan. I really enjoy hardware computing with Arduino & Raspberry-pi, and offensive-security with Kali linux (on raspi). Great respects for the shoulders of giants, and off course for this dev.to community!
I’m Anthony, but people call me either Max or Ant, I’m not precious about it! I’m writing this on March 2nd 2021 and in a few short months I will be 40 years old. So, I wont lie, the idea of turning 40 terrifies me, and also pisses me off, because of the ongoing covid-19 pandemic, I will probably end up having a low-key birthday. Never mind. I currently work as Bid and Framework Manager at ANS Group, in Manchester. A fantastic place to work and I’m very happy there, and every evening once I’ve closed my work laptop, I boot up Linux and learn to code.
So it’s 2021 and I’m turning 40 and for the last few years there are a few things I wanted to do, the first was meditate, so I meditate several times a week to calm my already busy mind, and the second thing was that I wanted to learn to code, so I have taken on the challenge and about 4 weeks ago I enrolled in The Odin Project and have started learning full stack web development! The Odin project is great, because it doesn’t try and reinvent the wheel, and if another online resource is already doing a good job of teaching a subject, Odin will say ‘go over here and do these lessons, come back when you’re done’ and so I’ve been doing activities and challenges through freeCodeCamp and using YouTube.
I am an old school learner, what gamers may call a “boomer” and that’s fine – so I’m also cementing my understanding with a few courses through Udemy thanks to Traversy Media. Brad there is an incredible teacher, so armed with my trusty parker pen I’ve been taking notes and then putting my learning into practice and I think the basics are now sinking in.
I also have keen interest in Machine Learning, I think it's fascinating, but I need to learn to walk before I can run!
As someone who turned 39 a month ago I feel your fear. I'm not ready yet!
Have fun learning to code. I'll keep an eye open for your posts, I'm interested to see what resources helped you the most.
Hey, Terry! Thanks for your message. I'm about to post something about my resources now, which I hope you find useful! Stay safe!
Prior to COVID I spent a few weeks in Grasmere every year before calving. Cheers.
I'm Terry and I've been quietly reading dev.to since it was just a Twitter feed. I thought it was time to join in the conversation and so signed in and made my first post yesterday. Really pleased with my self.
I'm based in the UK and have been a professional developer since 2007, before that I was an admin who wrote a lot of scripts and tools, before that I was a kid in a bedroom with a computer and a Sam's Teach Your Self C in 21 Days book.
I focus mainly on web app development with a Domino back end. I don't see a lot of Domino content on dev.to, but I look forward to sharing my thoughts and adventures with you.
Hi, my name is Chris Corchado and I live in northern New Jersey USA. I joined after reading the following article: alistapart.com/article/the-future-... from Matt E. Patterson. That article led me to his profile on here so I decided to join because I'd also like to share, stay up-to-date and grow my career too.
Hello, I'm Chris, from Colorado, USA. I've had a 20+ year "tech-adjacent" career. I always worked with developers, as a business analyst, tech support specialist, software tester, QA analyst, and for the past 10 years as an instructional designer/e-learning developer. I always wanted to be a programmer, but never quite became one.
I had several false starts where I took classes and/or followed books and tutorials with a mind toward becoming a developer every few years: first with C++, then with .Net, then ASP, then PHP, then Python/Django, then Java, now Node.js.
I'd always get far enough to learn the rudiments and build some basic things, but before I got to the point of thinking I could do it for a living, life would get in the way, I'd get busy with other things, and just never get back to it.
So, who knows, maybe that will happen again, but for now I'm looking to get a second career as a full-stack developer using Node.js.
Hi There, I am an American living in London. I am about to complete my MERN-stack master camp (much, much more than a boot camp) and need to prep myself for the new industry! I am looking to get involved and would like to know more. Can I post anything of interest? Can posts be short, image lead or is it more article-based (read as: Medium)? How is best to get active in this community?
I have a study account on Instagram if you'd like to learn more about my fav JS & CSS discoveries (this will always be expanding): instagram.com/cameltoecase/
I look forward to engaging more!
Hello, Everyone. I am ilya and live in Ukraine. PHP developer and learning Js framework.
Hope to have a good time and learn about web development.
want good relation with you and make many friends.
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