Weekly Welcome 8 February, 2019

Hello GitHub Community Forum,

This is our Weekly Welcome, where we’d like to welcome new members to the GitHub Community Forum and make it easy to find out about some of the week’s hottest topics and important events.

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This Week’s Happenings

Helpful and Popular Topics:

New in the GitHub Community Forum:

Studies in Community  | How to Respond When You Can’t Help

Events Feature  | Featured Event: IBM Think 2019

Coming soon in the GitHub Community Forum:

GitHub Enterprise Best Practices  | Automating Releases in GitHub Enterprise


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Hello!

I signed up days ago since I have studied myself at W3School. Now I just read HTML, CSS, JavaScripts and I also search other languages for studying. I have studied Visual Basic years ago for months but I hope I can stack my career up as I have got other major. Definitely, I hope to develop with front end languages. Thanks for reading!

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Awesome @jacobkim9881 Welcome! You are well on your way to a great stack, we’re looking forward to seeing you around!

Back to share this really great roadmap.

Hello!

I introduce myself.

I’m new in GitHub. I’m System Engineer. I have 4 years of experience in web develop, especifically: JavaEE(Spring, Jsf, Jpa, Jax-ws, jax-rs, ejb, hibernate, mybatis, etc), C#, HTML, CSS, Javascript, Databases (Sql Server, Oracle, Postgres, Mysql), Applications Servers (Tomcat, WAS, Wildfly).  I like so much the web develop, new technologys, frameworks, etc. I would like learning more topics. 

Sorry for my english. It’s really basic. 

Lennin Cubas, 25 years old, from Peru.

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Welcome, @lenncv93!,

Thanks for being here! 4 years of experience in web developing is like 100 years in other jobs :). We’re looking forward to seeing you around!