Weekly Welcome 11 May, 2018

Hello GitHub Community Forum :smileyvery-happy:

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And thnx for allowing me to be here…i would love to learn some of your wisdom and knowledge in this field,to help me out with issues arround the business.and to satisfy my thirst for knowledge…thank you all for being so gracious and patient with me

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Welcome to the Community Forum, @maherthegreat1!

Hi! I’m an incoming freshman student of some college in the Philippines as BS Computer Engineering. I wanted to work and live in USA since I was a kid. I joined here not just because for fun but rather I wanted to learn more about computer programming. I have some quite skill on programming, especially in Python and C. I can draw without references, just give me pencil, eraser, and a paper. I love Math and Science but I hate history and philosophy. I’m planning to make a formal business but don’t know where to start and still researching it out how. I have some enthusiasm in game and software development. I’m expecting that I will learn more about computer programming and make more truthful friends here.

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Welcome @zeusjames02!