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Welcome Thread - v148

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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. 👋

Great to have you in the community!

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JenningsF • Edited on

Howdy! 👋

Been poking around on DEV for about a month now, but haven’t formally introduced myself I suppose. I’m US-based with a CS degree but have been working outside tech since graduating (over 5 years). Currently planning a career transition within the next couple years into tech and just here to learn and refine my skills 😄

Edit: currently learning the ins and outs of web dev, but have a healthy knowledge of OOP from college (C++ mainly with some Python) and some networking.

Happy coding y’all!

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Drew Schillinger

Just remember -- so long as you know logic, you're a programmer! (everything else is just vocabulary) 😂

Best of luck on your journey!

Excelsior!
Drew

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Dr. Daya Shankar

Welcome!

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Zainab A.

Welcome.

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Piyush Kumar

How old are u?

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Fadamular Great .Web Developer

29

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JenningsF

I’m 28

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Amitabh Suman

Hello all,
I am a graduate in arts stream. But I have great inclination towards programming and that brought me here.

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Nick Taylor

Welcome to DEV!

Multiple TV and movie characters giving a thumbs up

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Amitabh Suman

Thanks!!

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Jaime Panaia-Rodi

Hello! 👋

I just finished a few courses on Scrimba and was referred to this site to write about my journey. I'm returning to building things on the web after taking 4 years off to raise a tiny human.

My favorite food is peanut butter.

Happy coding everyone!

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Artak Avetyan

Hi. I'm here to share knowledge and learn new (for me) technologies. Ask me if you are interested to learn more about multithreading, multiprocessing, asynchronous communication and event-driven architecture. At the moment, all in C++
Want to know more: bridging C++ with Python, JavaScript, Java, C#, etc.

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Plume

When I'm learning programming by myself, I found that I'm extremely happy to share my knowledge with others.
And I'm very good at making knowledge easy to understand too.
So I come here to do what I'm destined for and hope to make a living on that.

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Drew Schillinger • Edited on

Hello! Google's been delivering dev.to stories to my feed for about a month now. Glad that I poked around to find the community!

Consider me a zengineer, a human capital investor (meaning coach, mentor, team leader), and an Open Sourcerer (borrowing that from someone else 😂), and a life-long-learner!

To that point, I'm working on my Executive MBA at Georgia Tech (focusing on innovation and entrepreneurship) while also tightening up my coding skills (all the fun stuff: OpenAI/GPT-3/Codex, Go, Rust, Python 3.10, Svelte/Sveltekit)

After a great 15-year run with WarnerMedia (Adult Swim, NBA, HBOMax, CNN), I am onto my next adventure, wherever that may be (focusing primarily in the Atlanta Start-up scene)!

Call it Economics of Empathy or Profit for Purpose, but I'm a little obsessed with mindfulness, behavioral economics/social psychology and business' role in creating equity and making space in technology and the world.

Please feel free to say hi -- I'd appreciate it as I continue my journey!

Excelsior!

Drew (DoctorEw)

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Antony

Hey
I am a high school graduate, going to join college by the end of November. I've finished one course in FreeCodeCamp.org, that's my only experience. Trying to improve my knowledge out here. This community is so cool btw, thanks for letting me in 😍

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Shuhrat3388

Hello!My name is Shuhrat. I'm from Uzbekistan. I want to be a senior programmer. I'm interested in making android apps but many devs say it is so difficult) However I never go back and hope that I can learn it with your helps 😁 Truely speaking, I can't speak very well in english lang. Sorry for my errors 😅 Thank you so much for attention!!!

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Meagan

Hey everyone! I am working with a team of developers to bring a new way for people to come together and build Web3 companies: an NFT community. Zombstein Country Club is actively looking for developers, creatives, and entrepreneurs to come aboard to work on project proposals or pitch us ideas to fund and grow. All members will receive equity in the form of an ERC-20 token. Paid job opportunities for devs to come in Q1 2022. Let me know what you think :)

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wasimghafar

Very nice 👍

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Can Olcer

Hi all 👋

I've been a long-time lurker, and recently started to write more technical posts on my own blog. I thought it would be great to share them on here, too!

I'm a software engineer and entrepreneur, and currently working on two side projects. The first one is called Fugu, and is an open-source and privacy-friendly product analytics tool that I just launched two days ago. The second one is called Mapzy, and is a open-source store finder (not live yet).

As you can tell, I'm interested in software that's simple, open-source and privacy-friendly. Both, as an engineer and customer.

Looking forward to meeting a lot of new folks on here :-)

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Chris López

Hi!, I'm Chris Lopez from Mexico, actually work in a Peruan Company called RCP, i'm a Python Backend developer for their star product yachay.lat.

Also know PHP, JS, Laravel and Vue. I'm here to contribute to this community, exchange of knowledge and meeting new developers friends.

Happy Coding!!!

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Ali Sunjaya

Hi guys,

I'm Ali from Indonesia. I used to be a fullstack (PHP + Vue) because I made web apps. Now I'm focusing to backend. Mainly I use Go and JS. But it's kinda boring to create an API or integration for third parties. So I'm starting to learn React Native for mobile. Hopefully I can build my own mobile app.

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Janik Möller

Hello folks!

I studied mechatronical engineering in stuttgart and decided to keep on with my profession to software and data. I am working as a data engineer at bosch and making websites for friends and co. I am mainly interested in data engineering, AI, technology as a whole and the future. I will be here to keep up learning making beautiful websites <3

Give me some questions if you want to.

Cheers, Janik

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Bernd Wechner • Edited on

I have an Me (Mech) too (as in started work on automation systems on steel mills). Won't find many mechanical engineers here at a guess, so was sweet to see one ;-). I'd think twice about thinking of it as a "transition" as I like to think/suspect there are many skills from your engineering background that carry forward as relevant and useful. That said, life is a stream of transitions ...

(Oh and as a side coincidence I stem from down the road, in Kempten ;-)

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Paawan Singal

hi there,
new to the community, can anybody just elaborate more about this dev community so that i got more familiar and make the most out of this .
btw i am a under graduate in B.tech in computer science and engineering and learning MERN stack currently.
happy coding!

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