Introduce yourself to the Hashnode community! 👋
Hey there! Thank you for being an important part of Hashnode. This post is all about introducing yourself to the fairly new and rapidly growing dev community. We love hearing stories of developers from around the world. So, tell us something about yourself, your interests, what you hope to accomplish in the future, etc.
PS: It’s absolutely OK to introduce yourself here even if you are an old member! 🍻
- I am Sandeep and I run Hashnode along with my team. :)
- I joined my first company in 2013 and have been a professional programmer since then.
- I have (co) authored two books: Jump Start HTML5 and AngularJS: Novice to Ninja and have contributed many articles to SitePoint.
I have a passion for learning programming concepts/tech/tools etc and explaining them to people in a concise manner.
Currently, my primary tech stack is MERN (Mongo, Express, React, Node), but I am always curious and love to learn something new everyday.
I like coffee and my fat bike. If you would like to know me (or Hashnode) better, ask me anything on this thread.
You have to believe in things that are not true. How else would they become?
Hi, I’m Gergely, and I code for money.
OK, that totally sounded like an anonymous code-aholic introduction, so let’s start over.
I’m Gergely Polonkai: father, coder, maker, Linux user, and a child forever, from Hungary.
I code since the mid 90s. I used a lot of things from Commodore and a bunch of old IBM processors like the 8086, to high-end servers hosted both by myself and by different hosting companies. I coded in a lot of languages like BASIC, Pascal, Delphi (yeah, that’s Pascal, too, I know), C, TCL, Perl, PHP, Vala, Python, and a lot more.
Python and coding for the Web is my $job right now, even though about 5 years ago I was pretty sure I’ll never use Python. I help my company creating a good back end software so their business runs smooth and secure.
I use Linux since about 1997, and tried a lot of distributions since then, including Debian, Ubuntu and Gentoo. I also gave a shot to OpenBSD, and I do own a Windows computer, although I barely use it. Right now I’m on Fedora Linux (27 beta; I like living dangerously).
For editing my code, I use Emacs. I use it for 3 years now (before that I was a heavy ViM user), and I converted because of the awesome NyanMacs package (seriously). I happen to be the manager of the Emacs node, however rarely it is used.
I’m a big fan of the GNOME Desktop Environment (although not the typical fanboi; I know it has a lot of cons besides its pros). I use it since I know Linux, and I always get my hands dirty with the betas as soon as they are available.
I’m also a security enthusiast. I wouldn’t daresay I’m a pro at it, but I tend to find solutions whenever such problems arise. I’m a fan of secure coding, even if that makes code a bit less efficient. I’m eager to find solutions where security and convenience can go hand in hand (and trust me, it is damn hard).
I’m a road warrior. I use a 2-in-1 notebook that I can convert to a tablet in need, and I have my whole office in my backpack (including, but not limited to, a trackball and a keyboard). I like to work in the office as the atmosphere is awesome, but if I need a distraction free environment for some serious tasks, I go to a tea house, or stay at home in one of our empty rooms.
At home, I’m a father first. I have a 3 years old daughter and a 4 months old son. Being a role model is a hard job in itself, but I also try to keep the house in a good shape, building walls or fixing dripping taps if necessary. We also make a lot of stuff for ourselves, including toys and everyday objects if we can. One can even consider that my hobby.
Hello lovely people! :)
I am Fazle, Co-founder of Hashnode. I started my career as a front-end developer by learning necessary HTML, CSS, and JS. I used to design templates and sell them on freelancing websites along with Sandeep in early 2011, whose job was to make the templates dynamic. ;)
After graduating, I joined Capgemini and worked on Smart TV banking applications (Samsung TV's SDK in 2013 was a complete mess). In 2014, Sandeep and I left our companies to publish and teach developers online through SitePoint.com. We released a couple of books and made some quick money to survive!
What started as a simple development blog (htmlxprs.com) is now Hashnode. In late 2015, we raised money from Accel Partners and started working on the first prototype of Hashnode. It has been a great journey so far, and I am very proud of being a part of Hashnode.
Looking forward to reading your stories! :)
I've been part of Hashnode from the early days when the site was still called devmag. What made me stay was the great community, the relaxed and friendly atmosphere and the ability to help others.
Thanks to Hashnode, I've found one of my previous jobs, moved to a new town, gave several talks and have been contacted by several companies, who found me on Hashnode.
Aside from programming, I like to travel, play basketball and read books. Feel free to ask me a direct question or mail me.
I am Kashish and I am a Software Engineer at Hashnode. This is my first real job, and I am working hard with the team to give you all a great app for your phones. That being said, I am also relatively new to the JS community and I absolutely love it here.
I started coding back in school in my 11th grade. C++ was my first language. I studied Information Technology in college and I got my first real web dev experience while interning at Shippable in 2016. It's been a great ride so far and I am excited for what's next.
I have been tinkering with tech since a very young age. In my free time, you may find me soldering broken electronics, playing my new drum kit, clicking photos, watching Netflix, or drinking beer.
Uh...had a slight UI malfunction. But, uh, everything's perfectly all right now. We're fine. We're all fine here, now, thank you. How r u?
My name is Andrew. I graduated from the University of Oregon with a degree in Multimedia Design. I'm a UI Designer/Developer and illustrator, and I take everything very seriously all the time....
My educational background was largely in traditional design and art (drawing, painting, composition, etc.). I became interested in software design because, though I certainly value fine art, I also felt like I wanted to pursue aesthetics but in practical or 'commonly useful' ways. For me, UI Design ended up being a perfect blend of creative, and functional work.
Over time, I found myself 'designing' with code, and skipping all the graphical software unless it was absolutely necessary for something.
Becoming a huge Tool(er)
For whatever sick reason, I've also gotten really into tooling. Maybe this is because I recall the first encounter with "liveReload" back in the 00s blowing my mind. I get a real kick out of efficiency and streamlining build processes and trying to get computers to automate all the stupid annoying jobs I don't want to deal with (I gravitate toward games like Factorio for this reason, also).
In the past couple roles, I have been in charge of developing and promoting design systems.
Designer or Developer? I walk the line
I have had the chance to work in Education, Healthcare, Games, and Financial software over the years. Each position tends to push me a little more in the design, or development direction, but I feel like I still walk the line between both disciplines professionally.
Illustration: a hustle in a sideways direction?
After about a decade of neglect, I returned to traditional Illustration , after taking part in Inktober 2016. I draw when I get a chance, and have been toying around with whether to not I want to turn illustration into part of my career.
I work remotely out of Austin Texas, and love it. However, (after Twitter's rapid decent into depressing madness...) I do miss chit chatting with folks in the industry, so feel free to say hello!
Hi everyone 🖐️
I'm Komeyl, and I'm from Iran. I entered the dev world around 5 years ago by someone introducing me to web design, it was really fascinating for me back then learning to build web pages. I worked as a freelancer for most of the early years and not taking it very seriously but recently I got hired as a front-end developer in a startup company based in Tehran which I've been working for almost a year now. I started by core web technologies and kept at it until recently where we started using React Native in our company. I must say that I'm totally lovin react and hoping to upgrade myself on it. Besides work, I love traveling, bicycles, tv shows, movies and music. I'm fairly new to Hashnode, and I'm really enjoying the vibe here; hope to connect with more people.
Hallo, Hello, Salut and こんにちは! Nice to meet you :)
My name is Marco. I am a young German B.Eng. Engineering Informatics software engineer working for Robert Bosch GmbH (CI and AS). My job involves creating task automation, developing tool-applications and working on eCommerce solutions for the Bosch Group. As a result, I have contact with many technologies, including HTML, CSS, JS, Java, C# and Rust.
Aside from my professional work, I love to do web development and tinker with my game project, though you will also see me post electronic engineering related stuff from time to time. I am especially excited about combining stuff I know, for example integrating Rust into websites using WASM or creating mobile apps with Cordova.
Whenever I am not working, I study for my M.Sc. Applied IT Security, enjoy flying (Cessna), watch Anime / read Manga (-> MAL) or party with friends. Also, I really love music and bands and the dark side of life, so if you go to Metal or Goth events, we might see each other :)
As for Hashnode, I joined in early 2016. At the time, I already had finished my first studies and worked for some time, however I was very ignorant about many programming principles and how to do things. On top of that, I was quite shy and had imposter syndrome, so writing freely was hard. Hashnode did not only help me with my social issue, but the community also taught me so many very important things, that I believe I wouldn't be the engineer I am today if not for Hashnode. I would never have been able to grow at such a speed, so THANK YOU A LOT! All of the Hashnode team and alumni, who created this platform and, of course, all of the community - the people I met in the past and all the new faces - for giving me fascinating input, correcting me, and working out problems with me. You all are very important to me and that's why I will always try to give back to you ;)
Hello everyone, I am Desmond Obisi from Nigeria (not the fraud Nigeria you know, we are nice people between). I am a tech enthusiast and a beginner Frontend Developer. I am here to document my journey, inspire people like me and learn from the masters.
From all indications, joining hashnode is worth it! I am really excited about that.
PS: I love the sound of "Open Source", can someone take me down the ailes....
Full Stack Dev at Agentdesks | Ex Hashnode | Ex Shippable | Ex Altair Engineering
My name is Siddarthan, a backend engineer who hopes to be full stack someday.
Building and designing APIs is my favorite thing to do and I currently write code predominantly in NodeJS and React.
My other areas of interest include cricket, politics and science fiction.
And lastly, I work at Hashnode. :)
Hey there people!
- I'm James, CTO of Mad.Hacks which is basically a Student Dev Community aiming to assist students in their pathway to be industry ready.
- Full Stack Engineer well versed with the MERN & MEVN stack.
- OSS enthusiast
These are the actively maintained OSS projects by our community:-
Be sure to check them out :)
Hello world!! :),
- I am Folajomi Shotunde from Lagos, Nigeria.
- Project Management graduate and now a freelance student of programming :)
- Need collaborative mentoring ( made that up in my mind)
- My stack is React, Mongo, Postgres, express, node..., basically anything that helps me write good code ( is this good )
I have passion for learning new concepts everyday and learn in many different ways. I am very open to mentoring and collaboration
I am Stephen Emmanuel (aka Emmy Steven), I am a Software Engineer I essentially build web apps that help businesses solve the problem of making more money and/or save more money.
Currently, my primary tech stack is MERN (Mongo, Express, React, Node), but I am always curious and love to learn something new everyday.
For my side projects I use Flask and PostgreSQL and in my free time I write blog posts and do a lot of mentoring...
Outside of work, I like playing basketball and having long challenging debates about almost everything. I am very happy to be here and I hope to learn so much from the community. I would really like to learn how to write technical articles though.
Owner and web developer at listekconsulting.com and weekly podcaster at bitvbyte.com
My name is Adam Listek and I've been a web developer for roughly 15 years. I run a small business, listekconsulting.com, doing web development and I also work for Illinois State University, currently as an Applications Analyst (though I was a Systems Administrator for many years).
I've been a part of Hashnode for quite some time now, from early on (I believe right after it was renamed from Devmag) and found it to be a pretty awesome community.
A lot of my development is for custom Wordpress sites, but I've dabbled in a lot of areas. I run my servers on DigitalOcean and automate via Ansible.
I am also doing a podcast called Bit v. Byte at bitvbyte.com about web development and small business as short 15 min. episodes. Looking forward to branching out into creating a lot more content in the future.
I have four kids and split my time between Illinois and California, two vastly different states so you can say I am a bit busy.
I have been very fortunate to be a part of the community here and looking forward to spending even more time as it allows. Thanks!
Owner and web developer at listekconsulting.com and weekly podcaster at bitvbyte.com
Monthly I take United (since it has the most regional flights and I need to get to upper northern Cali). Basically O'Hare to San Fran and then a hop up to Redding. I personally live in Bloomington/Normal about 2 hours south of Chicago. It's a hike, but well worth it!
My name is Phil and I am a developer evangelist at Twilio based in Melbourne, Australia though I'm originally from the UK.
Most of my code I write goes straight to GitHub, which is where you can see example apps and open source projects that I've released.
As a developer evangelist I have the fortune to spend time supporting my local developer communities, speaking at meetups and conferences and helping out on Stack Overflow. If you're ever at developer events in Australia I hope to meet you at some point!
I look forward to following and learning from this community as well as sharing my own blog posts. Hello! 👋
Hi everyone, I'm Quincy. I'm a teacher at freeCodeCamp.org. I first heard of Hashnode back in 2017, and did an AMA here.
I am blown away by the quality of Fazle and Sandeep's engineering skills and design work, and the caliber of articles and discussions shared by the community.
I have been spending more time here in the past weeks, and appreciating the small refinements they've introduced to the platform over the years.
Hello World..!! Anthony Praveen Thilak here, hashnode was introduced to me by Sivasankaramalan Gunasekarasivam last week. Seems to be a facinating platform to keep track of your learning efforts, i used to do this using several other applications but this seems cool...!!
I'm Anton and I live in Russia in a relatively small city called "Yoshkar-Ola".
I'm interested in learning foreign languages. So far successfully I have only learned one foreign language: English. I'm proud to say that I learned it almost entirely by myself. Which in a sense a weird statement. Because I kinda had help from all the books that I read. Books don't write themselves you know.
I'm a recent Manjaro user. Before that I've been using Ubuntu and Ubuntu like distributions. Before Manjaro though I tried Antergos which was really hard and I had to give that up because of some unsolvable bugs.
Now, I really enjoy Manjaro.
Currently, I'm growing more and more on the command line. It's one of my goals to become a master of Bash : )
Also currently I'm learning Elm, Elixir and Haskell and a fan of functional programming.
I am Pierre from France 🇫🇷. I've been, professionally, in the dev world for the past 4 years and last July I quit my job to go the indie hacker way 🛠.
Since then I co-launched PricingBot.co, a price monitoring tool aimed at SMB. We've just had our first paying customers last month and it feels good 💵😊. I love building things and learning new things, starting your own thing is IMHO one of the best ways to do both.
I've also begun to write some post about tech, particularly GIT 🐙 and Python 🐍.
In my last job, I did a lot of geographical data 🌍 manipulation in Python and I'll probably write about it soon.
I also plan to release my first ebook this year.
Aside from programming, I really love pizzas, Paris, and soccer.
Hi everyone. I am happy to be here.
My name is Bernardo from Colombia.
I am a Computer Engineer with 3 years of experience in Software Engineering, Django web framework, and distributed systems.
I have worked in Information Technology with a professional development oriented to the computer networks topics (data networks, telematics services, and Application Support) and sys-admin Linux-based servers to applications deployment.
Three years ago, I did want turn around to my professional profile and begin to learn and make things in the web development field, and were of this way like I arrived in Python and Django web framework, this language and their technology ecosystem are exciting for me
Currently, I am working like DevOps development role on PossibilIT BV a company based in Utrecht, Netherlands. My tasks are manage the building, deployment, and operation as a continuous automated workflow service allowing the software delivery in different environments, making use of container and orchestration services technologies such as Docker and Kubernetes to deploy the applications on cloud platforms like Google Cloud and Azure DevOps.
Candidate for the Master's degree in Engineering from EAFIT University. I am finishing my graduation project which is related to the use of Data science on agriculture, more precisely in banana crops, taking as reference input variables like precipitations, phreatic level, luminosity, temperature, speed, and wind velocity, with the order to analyze and predict how to these input variables on banana crops lots impact in the of banana clusters/bunch weight resultant. My research interests are data science, distributed systems, and e-Health.
I think that the first step to grow: Surround me of people of want the same than me, even that they may be better than me, and I think so that HashNode is one of the places suited for it.
I appreciate highly this opportunity to be here and learn of the community.
Nice to meet you, guys. I'm very happy to join hashnode. I'm 19 Years old and I'm learning to be a web developer in the future !!!
Hi, I'm Rohit, a second-year Computer Engineering student from Pune, India.
I believe in learning by yourself from the Internet and not from attending boring lectures in college! With that mantra, I've managed to learn a lot in the past couple of years. However, I primarily like to work with Java and sometimes Python and I'm also developing an interest in C++.
I reckoned that a better way to introduce myself would be through my work. So here are a couple of projects that I've done in the past half year.
Ballad, a simple text editor:
Bookworm, a quite sophisticated library management system, which is powered by a REST API:
And my latest one, which is currently under development, RESTaurant, a native REST API client:
That's it! Ballad and RESTaurant are available on my GitHub and I'm planning to make Bookworm commercial.
Thanks for reading! Would love some comments from you.
Cheers! Have a good one. :)
PS: To the Hashnode team, 10/10 for the website's UI. Really, really well done. I have an eye for good design and this is just satisfying!
I'm Faith, recently graduated and working with a digital health company as a junior software engineer. Software development is an amazing field and so far loving it despite all the long working hours.
I'm mainly developing Django web applications with python being my primary coding language. I love learning new technologies. Hope I will get some great recommendations on where to start here.
When I'm not coding, am either bonding with family or having drinks with friends.
Thrilled to be here!
Engineering an eGovernance Product | Hashnode Alumnus | I love pixel art
Greetings ladies, and gentlemen; boys, and girls! It's always fun to come across personal tidbits of Hashnoders. :)
Alright let's do this! Here goes mine.
I have always been in love with computers. Right from the time, I first saw one in 3rd grade, and fiddled with the programming language, LOGO. But what drew me to computers were those then popular (DOS) games — Dangerous Dave, Bumpy's Arcade Fantasy, Sky Roads, Galactica, SpeedKar
We had a course on BASIC, back in 7th grade. My dad enrolled me in a C++ course to help me avoid an uneventful summer (read: a summer filled with video games); this was around 2002, if I recollect it right!
Fast forward almost a decade, and I am at a University; which had a high emphasis on student freedom, and their all round development... which was quite different from your traditional Indian University education.
This meant that the curriculum for the first two years was almost the same irrespective of your chosen major — Programming & Algorithm Design Fundamentals, Basic Electrical Engineering, Intros to the aspects in Civil Engineering, Mechanical Engineering; through various courses!
Also the fact that you were free to choose any elective (from any major) you want meant a lot of Computer Science, and some Math electives for me. My favourite electives to date — Graph Theory; Multimedia Computing; Internetworking Technologies.
I graduated with a dual honours degree — Bachelors in Pharmacy; and a Master of Science in Biological Sciences; but my resume had no dearth of Comp. Sci. projects — from hobby DHCP servers in Java to data analysis computational bio. desktop software in Python! :)
Hands down Hashnode was the best of all the places I have worked at. While most of it is attributable to the awesome work culture; the best part of working at Hashnode meant a lot of community engagement ... from influencers to chaps who were conduits of inspiration in various ways — by having passionate drive to learn, and teach; by being unapologetically compassionate.
These days, I lead a team of engineers where we build e-Governance applications; a.k.a. Software for Governments!
I love playing computer games! In fact, I am a huge proponent of the perspective that the field of computer gaming has become mature enough to stand as an art form that has lasting cognitive effects; right alongside its siblings — books, movies, and music!
Following is one of my favorite quotes from one of my favorite indie games, CaveStory+.
There remains a very delicate balance in this world, between those who create and those who will experience the creations of others. I can't say that I wasn't aware of this. However, I had never experienced it. Now, thanks to you, I finally have.
As long as the there is someone who will appreciate the work involved in creation, the effort is time well spent. To this end, I will continue to create for as long as I can.
— Hermit Gunsmith; Creator of Polar Star, and Spur
You might also enjoy Jane McGonagall's work on increasing awareness of the benefits of this "modern" art form!
Game designers are obsessed with emotion. How do we create the emotions that we want gamers to feel, and how can we really make it this intense, emotional experience?
— Jane McGonigal
Building @duggup_hq • Principal Engineer @Unacademy • Data @Amazon • Platform @Practo
- I am Arpit and I run a weekly newsletter on Language Internals, System Design, and Algorithms.
- I also run a community Duggup where people can write engineering articles
- I maintain my blog at arpitbhayani.me where you could find my rants, my tech blogs, and books I have been reading lately.
- I am working as a Principal Engineer at Unacademy and have previously worked at Amazon and Practo
I feel coding just enables us to translate our thoughts into a language that machine understands and hence I love to dive deep into Computer Science research and fields like Cellular Automata, Distributed Systems, Steganography.
Some of my most famous blogs are
I post an engineering article every week so follow me to get regular updates.
Hello there! I'm Bolaji Ayodeji. ⚡ I'm passionate about developing and designing JAMstack applications with #a11y and #m11y
- I am Guido, known as Guy.
- Currently know 3 languages, these languages are not mastered but soon will be!
Hi everybody, I am new to Hashnode. I have been a developer for 4 years and writing a technical blog on different platforms. I am eager to join Hashnode and learn more about the platform, more importantly growing professional networking with you all.
My name's Davey and I am the web dev and sys. admin for one of the Team USA Olympic sports where oversee 13 websites. Prior to that I was a freelance IT guy just fixing computers out of a garage.
I first started coding when I was 15 but have been playing with computers since forever. I remember learning
DOS on my dad's old IBM just because I wanted to play the golf game he had installed.
My dev-environment-vices are usually...
Homebrewfor some things
Multitailis a MUST HAVE
Sublime Text 3
Queriousis a MUST HAVE
I'm always on the lookout for a solid, lightweight
framework that lives by the credo, "Less is more." It's those frameworks that ultimately shape my thought process when writing any/all lines of code.
When I'm not coding you can almost always find me engulfed in my other passion: Rugby🏉. Yes, I am an American and I refuse to watch the NFL and (pretty much) any/all American sports. They are just too boring for me.
My sport interests are found overseas, mainly...
If anyone has any questions or needs any advice on things, please feel free to ask. I'll always make it a point to help anyone in anyway that I can.
I'm JC from Taiwan. An assistant professor teaching Interaction Design in Taipei University of Technology, where we train design school student to learn how to code and make creative things with SW/HW dev skills and VR/AR/AI & Blockchain technology.
I co-founded two company - Linkwish: the first LBS mobile app company in Taiwan; LUNA: a spherical 360 camera crowdfunding campaign on Indiegogo which funded over $350K, won RedDot Design Award and was invested by HTC VIVE investment.
I'm also the first participant from Taiwan to get into Singularity University in 2014, where the first time I'd learn about BitCoin (only bought one :P ) and write my first line of DeepLearning ML code.
Now I'm in deep love with Ethereum tech and smart contract thing, and just launch my first experiment ILO (Initial Lottery Offering :P). Passionating to learn Solidity and Smart Contract, which led me to this place. Love Sandeep Panda 's in-progress book. Like this platform. Really looking forward to learn a lot from you guys.
JC KO @ Taipei
After 20 years of working with 30+ companies, I'm sharing the healthy ways I learned to develop software. 🍃 💻
Hi I'm Jayme, and I've been developing software for 21 years.
I spent the first decade of my career as an employee, and the second decade in consulting.
Over that time I learned some hard lessons through many mistakes I made. These led me to realize software development is more about people than technology.
I created a YouTube channel 7 months ago to help budding devs, and industry veterans, have a healthier and more sustainable career.
You can visit the channel here: youtube.com/c/JaymeEdwardsMedia
I'm sharing everything I've learned (good and bad) to try and improve the way we can all work together.
Thanks for having me in this wonderful community! I look forward to learning from and helping all of you.
Hi all! My name is Noelle, and in my normal life I'm an Arts Administrator and performer for a resident theater company. But I'm unofficially the CTO, IT head, and general "can you figure out this technology thingy?" person.
I'm a lifelong learner - I'm a self-taught Wordpress & Front end Developer, and I'm working my way through the magic of the backend and mobile development. I've built sites for friends and family, but my dream is an app that helps people manage their money when you live paycheck to paycheck.
I'm working my way through Harvard's CS50 Intro to Computer Science course during this lockdown, and it's the most I've learned in a while! I also picked up a book from Amazon called "The Secret Life of Programming." Anyone that wants a deeper understanding of the tools we use to build amazing things should definitely check it out.
Anyway, I'm glad to be here. This spot has really good vibes.
My name is Lars. I'm a 22 years software developer from Germany. Currently I'm studying computer science and I work as web developer for a tourism company since the last three years.
I started coding ~6 years ago back in school. Most of the time I deal with web technologies like Node.js or React. Besides writing code, I like doing sports and hanging out with friends.
I'm glad to be here :)
I am Chinedu. I learned about Hashnode from a tweet by Bolaji, since I have always wanted to be part of a developer community to help add to the interest I have in programming, I decided to join Hashnode and I am happy I did :). I am a lover of Football, video games, books, and philosophy. I took an interest in programming in my finals in the University this year. Currently learning java. I hope to someday really hone my programming skills and help provide solutions to problems :).
Looking forward to learning from everyone!
- I am Mayank Khanna and I am an Undergraduate Software Developer with experience in Software Development and Project handling.
- I joined my first internship in May 2019, and have been working on Voice Apps and Mobile Apps since then.
- I can build a chatbot or Voice App for Alexa or Actions on Google from Scratch.
I am an experienced JS (Typescript preferably) developer and use it in every development phase I can. I have a great love for Open Source and Collaborating with Developers to make something Awesome.
I am always open to ideas and love to try out new things. If you ever want to have a discussion or collaborate over an idea, just ping me or meet me over a coffee.
Hi everyone! Glad to be in this community where we're bound together in the similarity that our lives, whether it's our jobs or passion, evolves around technology!
Le me introduce myself. My name is Eric O. Jonathan. I am from Indonesia and went to the university in Hawaii, USA at Hawaii Pacific University. My relevant degree to the IT field is my master in Information Systems. Meanwhile, I'm already been back to Indonesia for about 14 years now and been working in various industries and in various IT roles from being a computer support specialist, assistant manager, IT Coordinator, Project Consultant, Lead Software Developer, DevOps leader, and now a Full Stack Developer.
I have been interested in how technologies, specifically software, work since I was a kid and an outsider looking inwards to this type of profession in amazement as how software brought to life the technologies that we use everyday! To fast forward to today where I am in the inside looking at the mess that I'm in dealing with developing software, from patching someone else's work (my current day job) to creating a mess of my own (side projects).
One thing I learnt in the software development practice, is that there's no perfect code! A perfect code now is obsolete in a few years time at most (unless your code is COBOL, then yours will last for ETERNITY). Meanwhile, for mere mortal like me, I just am contented with the ones I'm dealing with. However, that doesn't mean we should write spaghetti code. My motto is to follow the best practices of the day, and get the job done first. For the rest, I guess I just need to debug them as they come.
I'm looking forward to write more blogs and maybe share a story or two. So please check them out when you have a chance! Thanks.
My name is Rahul Jain. Loves to read, & write about the latest technology trends, SEO, sports, and travel. I have over 1 year of experience working in digital marketing. Currently, I work as Digital Marketing Specialist at LambdaTest, improving the website to rank higher on Google SERP by using advanced analytical tools & strategies, expanding the DA of the website by providing backlinks to referral domains with higher DA, and driving traffic through various social media communities.
Previously, I was SEO Executive at HTL Infotech, where I developed a thorough understanding of white hat as well as black hat SEO practices. I also handled PR for the website that helped to educate me about the market on long-term internet trends.
Hi! I'm Oliver, a postgraduate CS student in the UK. I mostly work with full-stack (Laravel, Vue.js) stuff. Not going to bore you all too much about what I do, just want to introduce myself!
I'm hoping to write a lot more here on Hashnode and I'm looking forward to joining in with all of the discussions.
I look forward to talking to you all 😁
I am Kevin, happily married and permanently employed. At the same time I am still a little independent, but also not really, because the independence became too much for me.
I mainly work with PHP and WordPress. I've been writing PHP since about 2008 and WordPress since 2011, so if you have any questions about WordPress, just write me.
In my spare time I work on Helpful, the WordPress plugin and browse the internet.
Otherwise I like to play PC games. I found Hashnode when I saw an advertisement on Twitter. I can hardly speak English at all, but I can read and understand it perfectly. Writing is also a bit difficult for me, so I have the texts translated with deepl. I love the tool.
Hello Hashnode users!
The gig I enjoyed the most was working on Pivotal's PEZ Portal client on a team with two other DevOps consultants which we built with React/Redux and Node. It was a lot of fun and I got to finally see the West coast which was a perk for me. I have been working with Gatsby recently and I am starting to really enjoy it and I recently had two pull requests merged which makes me a part of the Gatsby organization on GitHub as a maintainer. Other than that I am about to take the exam for AWS Certified Solutions Architect Associate level in about a week and then I am going to being applying to full time permanent positions so if any has any tips on that I would be very appreciative.
Well, that's about it so I hope to interact with you the community on here to meet other developers and definitely learn a few things from those who are probably much more experienced than I am.
Hi Hashnode Community! Finally a social media for developers! Hurray! I always wanted to meet new developers, look how do they work, and do some projects with people around the world. At first, Hashnode seemed like just another social network site for me. But what makes Hashnode different from other social network is that it caters to the niche market of developers. So I can make posts of programming, and people would find it relatable here (which you cannot do in Facebook or Instagram). I also look forward to doing projects with people here and contributing to their projects.
I'm Noah, currently the Director of Development for a company creating an electronic medical record for behavioral health providers. I run the Idaho-PHP user group in Boise, and I like to volunteer with our local schools and colleges to help teach young people technical-type things.
Though I'm not a fitness bro, I try to make it to the gym 5 times a week, and I drink enough coffee for me and the dog. My favorite thing to do is to alternate weekends between hanging out at home on the weekend with my wife and kids, and going out and finding fun things to do with them.
Apart from the above stuff, my hobbies are singing, exploring new things, reading etc. As I am from the Himalayan region of India, I love trekking and travelling.