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Whether you are just starting your journey into tech or you are a seasoned professional, you will benefit from joining EddieHub. Open Source is about collaboration first and code second. Members include developers, testers, DevOps, technical writers, UI and UX designers.
Yes! Starting out can sometimes feel lonely and overwhelming particularly with the amount of information out there. In EddieHub Discord you will find supportive channels such as #help and #first-timers. Also Eddie's YouTube channel is a good resource when starting out.
At EddieHub we believe that everyone is a mentor and can help others in the community. This community approach is beneficial for the mentee as they are exposed to various perspectives, and for the mentor they develop many of their communication and collaboration skills. Even if you are one month into your journey, there is someone who is one day in and who can benefit from your experience and insight.
Eddie does regular reviews on live streams. To add your project / profile / resume for review please raise an issue on our support repo on GitHub.
At EddieHub we are passionate about moving away from gender favouring, polarising, race related, religion inconsiderate or other unequal phrasing. Therefore if you use terms such as “Hi Guys”, then EddieBot responds with a notification highlighting that this is not inclusive language and will suggest alternatives.
You have recently joined the community and you have tried to share a link, but found that NightBot has deleted this message. We appreciate that the community is a place to share your work, which we encourage only for our regular community members (aka “Team Eddie”). To become a regular and get the role "Team Eddie", we highly suggest to get involved in the community conversation and add value by helping other community members.
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