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Indian and a teen learning to code, I am a web dev!!
hey, I'm also Indian!
Comment if india! Hm sab bhartiya he
welcome to dev community
Hello, from Nigeria
Hi I'm also a web dev from india✌️
Welcome! You will love it here
I'm starting to love it here
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.
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 which is on GitHub:next-export-i18n and npmjs: next-export-i18n
Here's a list of articles to start your journey as an successful developer and a great writer:
If you are looking for your next job, I highly recommend to buy the Book De-Coding the Technical Interview Process by Emma Bostian. It is hands down the best preparation for every technical interview.
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!
Thanks! Really resourceful post. I just followed you.
I'm Ritik Bharti from INDIA learning web dev from last 2 months.
Recently I came across a Blog post in which "Learn in Public" was mentioned so, I decided to implement that from today that's why I created my account on DEV Community and looking forward for learning in public.
One more thing is that I'm an introvert type of person having lack of self confidence in speaking or posting or writing something publicly, I always think too much before posting or speaking or writing something publicly which I want to improve in myself.
I’m also here because of the Learn in Public article :) I hope you get a lot out of this community!
hello mates! I'm vishnu from India . I'm an undergrad student , app and full-stack student developer. Im looking forward to connect , network , contribute and share my knowledge to public. Feel free to connect with me as i'm slightly new to communities like how it actually is or how to network with people. I hope this community will help me to gain more knowledge and skills.
Undegrad student here too ...I need someone to actually build some fun small projects with and learn from. How can we get in touch man.
Hey! So excited to find a peer..looking forward to connect with you... We can connect via LinkedIn
Here is my LinkedIn ID.
I'm not on LinkedIn, coz they require a premium account to be able to message someone. Wish you had something abit more free of restrictions like that. A discord maybe or twitter.
Ahoy everyone! I'm an aspiring Android developer/Web developer and an undergrad student. I'm here to learn more about development for now (Currently focused of Android only).
Hit me up for cool projects and hackathons :p
Hi all, I’m Casey from Perth, Western Australia. I’ve just changed careers to software engineering, starting a new job in a couple of weeks. I’ve learned a lot about motivation and mindset principles so please let me know if you need any tips!
I'll take some tips. I'm switching careers to SW development as well. Currently in a boot camp. I'm all ears. Both literally (I have big ones) and figuratively. :-)
Hi Brady, nice to meet you 🙂 Can I ask what career you are transitioning from? I've come from an admin background, and before that I was a musician/composer.
For beginner mindset tips, I recommend Shawn Wang's Coding Career. It's full of good advice and resources, and helps you develop your core values as a developer.
Some highlights on being a Junior Developer:
NOTE: It can be hard to give advice when you yourself are new. The trick is to write to yourself three months ago. What advice did you need to hear?
Motivation is another story, because what motivates you is unique and personal. I did this free quiz, which gave me my top 3 motivations (Be Unique, Organise, Improve). Knowing these gives me a better grasp on my strengths and weaknesses, so it's a great place to start. If you do do it, I'd love to know what you get🙂
Hope that helps! Let me know if you have any other questions.
Such a thorough reply with useful tips inside and links to resources outside. I am grateful you took the time to reply in such a way. You're right in that I'm a sponge right now. I will be visiting all resources and gleaning what I can.
I worked alongside my father in an underground-sprinkler installation and service business he has. I started when I was 13 and am now 34. It's time for something new.
Again, thank you and have a good day, Casey.
No worries and good luck!
Ramon Xavier, desenvolvedor na Guiando e vim para conhecer novos devs e novas tecnologias.
Atualmente estou à caminho da Senioridade e tenho habilidades com:
.Net, PHP, C#, Angular, JS, Typescript, ECS6, SQL Server, Mysql dentre outras tecnologias.
Também sou membro do GDG (Google developers group) Juiz de fora como organizador :)
Bem vindo ao DEV Ramon!
Hi! I'm Yannick, a seasoned PHP developer from the UK. I already publish content on other platforms and wanted to give dev.to a try 🙂 I write about PHP (obviously), Laravel, and also Docker and other various topics.
Hey Yannick - I'm a PHP/Laravel developer as well. I have both MySQL and PostgreSQL backend experience as well. So my newest ambition is to create Laravel policies... should be fun :) Looks like it is pretty well documented. Have you implemented them yet? If so - any pointers/roadblocks?
Hey Mike! Yeah policies are well documented, but if I had a recommendation to make it'd be to handle authorisation in form request objects (also used for validation) instead of controllers. This way you keep your controller methods clean and lean
Thank you Yannick!!!!
My name is Marius Paulikas, and I am currently completing the Coding Dojo bootcamp! In addition, I have a Geography research background, and have worked extensively with natural hazards, census data, and ArcGIS mapping software. With my recent programming background, my primary strengths consist of working with HTML, CSS (front-end), Python or Java (back-end) and with MySQL. If anyone is interested on collaborating on a specific project, please let me know! Look forward to working and interacting with you all!
Hey Guys, I am an experience React JS/ Shopify Expert ( working as a full time employed) for 6+ years. Thought i should start a tutorial series in Youtube each weekend to give something back to community ( of all i've learnt so far). Will create a weather Application live in React today. Anybody find it interesting to learn, please tune in. Will also do Q/A live.
Hello, I joined today and I hope I will be able to contribute soon with some C# articles and examples for Stride stride3d.net/. I am just waiting for Stride .NET 6 release which is imminent. Have a great day everyone!
Hi wonderfull people of the internetz, 👋
My name is Saskia and I am a social & online marketig specialist that turned into a web dev when I realized that I was actually really good at it ... 😜 what started as a drunken "women are actually just put off by society and I could have become good at coding, if i had the f*** chance!" and ended with me in IT .
It tought myself so I know how hard it can be. And I think I want to do 2 things here: mentor and learn.
We'll se how changing from lurcking to becoming op will change my situation... but here we go ;)
Wasssssup. I'm Brady and live in Nebraska, USA. I'm the only 34 year old you'll know that's had a 21 year career already. So, time for something new. Enter software development. Currently in boot camp and enjoying it. Hello to everyone and best of luck and perseverance to you.
Welcome to DEV!
Hi folks 🙋🏻♂️
I work in data / analytics engineering in the process industries, mostly using Azure / Python / R / SQL at the moment - also supporting a lot of transformation across the business too.
Looking forward to getting involved here 🚀