Hello GitHub Community Forum!
In this weekly post, we 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
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From the GitHub Blog
Human progress depends on the open source community. One of the biggest issues facing developers today is how to create and consume open source in a secure and trusted way. And at GitHub, we have a unique opportunity and responsibility to provide the tools, best practices, and infrastructure to make software development secure. Today we’re announcing a big step in securing the open source supply chain: we’re welcoming Semmle to GitHub.
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i am new at coding and would love to learn and konw about new concepts related to coding. So fell free to approch me and help me learn new stuff.
Welcome to the Github Community Forum!
First I introduce myself. I'm Gabriele a big lover of Linux, Git and Python. What are you most interested in? We can do something together if you are interested.
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So in case you don't know me, my name is Zoe, and I'm a programmer who learns mostly Python and Django. I've been on GitHub for two years and highly recommend it to other coders.
I first started on GitHub, and back then I was learning Python (and didn't know anything about it except if statements and printing words) and then did 2 websites by a coder called Marian Zburlea, which was w3schools-replica and my-cv.
And now I'm programming with Python, committing daily to GitHub on my website which I actually would like to call HTML Project. (Don't worry, I'm still doing Python, I'm just keeping up with my other languages.)
- Zoe K.