Weekly Welcome 15 February, 2019

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So since mamy years I am trying to learn something about contribiuting and programming. But all słone trully didnt learnd much🤣 that’s why I finaly decided to writte to You and ask about yor help. I don’t really know from what schould I startet. So I will be glad to take any of your help. Do my best and a nice day for everyone.

Hi @maver122,

Thanks for being here! Welcome, what are you interested in learning about? Take a look this roadmap to developer post is an external post and one I find very useful.

I hope this helps!