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Welcome Thread - v154

Monsters saying "One of Us"

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!

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Gracie Gregory (she/her)

Hello and welcome to DEV! πŸŽ‰

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beni saturday

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Adrienne Harris

Hello and thank you.

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Pepper.

Helloo

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333BlackOut

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Godwin David

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Sannal Yadav

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roseymars

Hello!

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AbreuY

Hello, thank you.

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hamoshka

hello

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Joseph Leaphart

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abhishekrajput-web

welcome to dev community

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tielebodyn

hello

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Harry Katsaris

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Richard

Hello there!
I graduated from a coding bootcamp and then left the job search afterwards due to feeling overwhelmed. Now I am building myself back and reaching for that first web dev job! I don't know what I will find here but I will keep my eyes open. :)

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Michael Tharrington

Heyo! Congrats on graduating from coding bootcamp. Hope ya dig the community here on DEV and best of luck in getting that first web dev gig!

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Richard

Thanks Michael!

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kao

Best wishes on your journey!!!

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Techislife

Hello

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Webothdo

Hi there πŸ‘‹ My name's Joshua
I'm looking to build a simple project with Nextjs and Supabase but I don't have deep knowledge using both. So I'm hoping to find great articles and people that can point me in the right direction.

And I'll also write a few posts and share milestones as I progress.

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cGIfl300

Whatever the tech, the best way is always to read the doc first. Building a project using Nextjs and Supabase is cool, but what they are made for? How do they interact each others? A project is nothing but a tab on github, fill the columns ;-).
"Code has to be bundled using a bundler like webpack and transformed using a compiler like Babel." you will need to learn webpack and babel, why not including them into an npm project? Many steps I guess, good luck, always start understanding the project, then reading the documentation of the imposed tools.

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Joseph Leaphart

Hello,
My name is Joseph. Hope everyone is well! We are developing an outdoor enthusiasts platform and need some help finishing. We are probably 97% finished. Just ran into a snag. It is PHP, Dart, website is PHP/Codeigniter, the app is Flutter/Dart, Hosting it in Forge-Laravel. Using gitlab for our code.

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Jayden

Hello!

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Michael Tharrington

Just wanted to say welcome to everyone new and not-so-new to DEV. πŸ‘‹

Hope y'all enjoy it here!

If you're wondering how to get started with posting a post, then consider checking out this article here.

If you're wondering anything else, don't hesitate to reach out and ask. πŸ˜€

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kao

Hello, Dev community!!! I am a army veteran, I found my passion while deployed at Afghanistan. I have loosely coded and recently I made my mind to become a web dev, I have planted my feet firm on my decision. I have learned a bit of java, c#, and javascript. I still consider my self a beginner, despite a few college certs. Fun fact: i am actually pretty easygoing and love to chat about all types of games and programming. Thanks for reading!!! :)

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Lucia Cerchie

Welcome everybody!!!

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Steffon Norris • Edited

Greetings, Starting my development and career change journey. Starting off learning Python. Working my way to full stack web development. Hoping to share ideas and information with other like minded individuals. - Steffon

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Noe Arif

Hi everyone,
my name is Noe, I'm a self taught developer. Currently doing fun stuff with Next.JS, used to make android apps with Flutter. if any of you guys wants to talk or discuss about web development or contribute to an open project just let me know

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Thom Zolghadr

Hey all! I'm a self taught full stack developer currently using Django and React looking to find my first role in tech!

I recently decided to begin documenting solutions to problems that got me stuck in hopes that it might make things a little bit easier for others and found that Dev.to seemed like the perfect place to do this!

Cheers!

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Julie Davis

Hi everyone!

I'm Julie and I'm excited to join the dev community here! Being new to the developer world, I love reading the posts on this site and find them quite helpful. Just about to finish up a workshop learning React JS in the next couple weeks.

Comment some tags or people you think are interesting to follow πŸ™‚

Happy Coding!

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Richard

Welcome Julie! I want to learn React too. In fact I'll watch my first video on it today. :P. My to-go resource for learning something is doing a search on Youtube. I don't know if it's the best way. How have you been learning React?

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Julie Davis

Totally agree! I'm a firm believer that you can learn absolutely anything through YouTube haha.

I've been learning through a workshop called SheCodes and I've also bought some courses on Udemy, as well. I hope you enjoy learning React!

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Richard

Ooh I've heard good things about Udemy. I might give that a look if I run out of good React content on Youtube. Right now react is coming along pretty smoothly, mostly because I already learned the basics a while back. Do you plan to build a react project that you can show on your portfolio?

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martin krause

Hi everyone!

Welcome to the dev.to-community!

I'm Martin, I was a Senior Front End Architect / Manager at one of the world's largest interactive agencies, leading Front End Teams for international accounts. In 2018 I quit and now I'm traveling the world as a professional scuba diver and fully remote Senior Front End Architect / Front End Tech Lead for various international clients.

On dev.to I write mostly about modern Front End Development with react.js and next.js, other topics are design and pure code. I love handcrafted CSS, HTML, and JavaScript. However, a proper framework or library is essential for modern Front End Development.

Currently, I'm publishing the weekly "WebDevDigest: A curated list of the top five web development must-reads from last week" and a library of JavaScript functions in 1 line of code which you can also find on npmjs: onelinecode and GitHub: onelinecode.

If I have enough time, I write more in-depth articles about next.js + TypeScript, for example how to create multi-language pages with next export [ GitHub:next-export-i18n and npmjs: next-export-i18n
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I recommend following the general tags webdev, vscode , career and productivity and javascript, react, CSS. Head over to your Dashboard and adjust the tag weight for personal great home feed.

If you're interested in my articles, follow me on dev.to/martinkr or twitter.com/_martinkr.

In case you have questions or want to get in touch, feel free to contact me on dev.to/martinkr.

And don't forget to start posting today!

Cheers!

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Eagle Dev

Hello there!
I am Eagle. I am so happy to join dev.to as I like to read many posts on this site!

I am currently learning and finding ways to do productive development on android.

Recommend me some tags that I can follow to improve my web development skills! Also I am currently learning c++!

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Nicola Lindgren • Edited

Popping in to say hello.

Heard good things about this platform.

Gotta get back into learning JavaScript πŸ€“i want to build something with my husband (backend dev lead) - not sure what yet, but first I gotta actually gain the skills

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Just5MoreMinutes

Hey everyone :))

I'm a student from Austria and programming has been my hobby since a few years now! I decided to join this community to maybe write the one or the other guide and learn new stuff!
Currently I know HTML, CSS, Python, Go and Assembly (i still dont know what led me to learning assembly) though I'm most familiar with html, css and python!
I'm currently just looking to maybe earn some side money during my studies through front-end development!

Thats it! Have a nice day :))

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sufian coder • Edited

AssalamuAlaikum dear.
I recently join VU university as a fresher & I have some web related skils like:
Js 80%,

Css70%,
REACT js 70% ,
Node+express 60%
& MongoDb 40%,
I wanna experience market valuation & excited to learn more & more.
That's it. πŸ˜‰
Thanks!.😌

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