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    Leo Ribeiro
    @leordev
    for the basics I guess
    I don't know, I finished both basic and advanced in two days
    Svetlana Linuxenko
    @linuxenko
    I will watch it, thank you very much for the link . Can I text you a questions or something when I'll be ready to create the greatest and world changing "hello world" ?
    Leo Ribeiro
    @leordev
    @linuxenko yeah of course, I will be happy if I can help
    Svetlana Linuxenko
    @linuxenko
    btw subscribed to your twitter, if you have something about elm , just post it :))
    Leo Ribeiro
    @leordev
    hahahah thank you! :)
    Cleop
    @Cleop
    Not sure if you guys have come across it yet but dwyl has this repo for learning elm: https://github.com/dwyl/learn-elm
    Check out the readme and feel free to create an issue for anything you think it could benefit from based on what you've learnt so far
    Svetlana Linuxenko
    @linuxenko
    @Cleop as the README said: "It's difficult to introduce elm to someone who has never heard of it before without sounding "evangelical"" , I can't judge, I can't even check if all the information there is correct, because I'm first time with elm. All that I see the links.. For me, it looks like - we are the great collection of links to learn. Me - ok, ok.
    Ines Teles Correia
    @iteles
    @linuxenko We’d be thrilled if you can update it based on your own journey too :blush:
    Svetlana Linuxenko
    @linuxenko
    @iteles , good idea :)
    Cleop
    @Cleop
    Yes exactly @iteles, we actively encourage our community to help each of our resources evolve 👍
    Zooey Miller
    @ZooeyMiller
    a somewhat familiar looking logo :eyes: https://twitter.com/Booktrust
    Ines Teles Correia
    @iteles
    @ZooeyMiller :grimacing:
    Luis Felipe Godói
    @luisfelipegodoi
    Hello everyone. I'm a software engineer and I live in Brazil. Recently I came across the "dwyl" organization on github and I was amazed. I'd like to be part of and contribute in some way. :smile:
    Erez Sobel
    @ErezSo
    Hi, guys! I'm a Frontend Developer living and working in Berlin, Germany. At the moment I'm working mostly with React and Redux and have experience with Node.js. I love that you're using Elm and Elixir in your projects. It's been quite some time now that I'm interested in both those technologies, but haven't had the chance to to actually use it for something. It's my first time trying to be involved in an open source project, so don't really know where to start. Any help and guidance would be really great!
    Nelson
    @nelsonic
    @ErezSo Welcome! :tada:
    In general, if you see a opportunity for improvement in any of our projects, just open an issue (on GitHub!) to highlight/discuss it! :-)
    Erez Sobel
    @ErezSo
    Thanks, @nelsonic! So I should actually start contributing by come up with an issue of my own rather than work on already existing issues? Tbh, I'm a bit overwhelmed by the amount of repos you guys maintain, so there's some confusion on my side.
    andrea_denisse.go
    @da-edra
    dwyl is an really interesting organization.
    I love what you do.
    andrea_denisse.go
    @da-edra
    However, I starred the start-here repo and I haven't received an invitation.
    Ines Teles Correia
    @iteles
    Hi @da-edra ! Great to hear you think so :blush:
    Did you see this issue? dwyl/start-here#143
    andrea_denisse.go
    @da-edra
    @iteles Oh, thank you very much Ines :smile:
    Oli Evans
    @olizilla
    hello dwyllians
    I am sitting with some very enthusiastic young portugese folk, and they are over visiting and meeing with interesting organisations in London for a few days
    Oli Evans
    @olizilla
    they are working on a project to connect learners with mentors, and are gathering insights and friends. I think they’d get a lot out of meeting team dwyl… they are here till thursdy, may I put them in touch with y’all?
    Ines Teles Correia
    @iteles
    @olizilla That sounds great, we have a lot of opinions :laughing: Maybe we could all do lunch on Wednesday for example
    hassan
    @hmmokidk_twitter
    i am down to contribute, maybe gamedev tutorials : )
    working on a multiplayer browser game / plawying with some stuff with Elxiir
    Nelson
    @nelsonic
    @hmmokidk_twitter that would be awesome to see! :sparkles:
    Ines Teles Correia
    @iteles
    :clap:
    hassan
    @hmmokidk_twitter
    Can you add me to the org? : D I will add it soon : ) I am working o nsomething for now, and I will use the lessons I learn for the tutorial
    Debasish Sahoo
    @debck
    Hello everyone . I find this orgs to be very interesting and full of learning stuff .
    Thnx @nelsonic for merging my PRs . Would like to contribute more and improve the doc and learn.
    Ines Teles Correia
    @iteles
    :tada: Thanks for your contributions @debck !
    Welcome to dwyl :blush:
    Debasish Sahoo
    @debck
    thnx :smile:
    Pawan Pal
    @pa1pal
    hello, new to js and other stuff. Followed this post. https://auth0.com/blog/developing-restful-apis-with-hapijs/
    I am getting error
    Debug: internal, implementation, error
        TypeError: cb is not a function
    I check the version of hapi-auth-jwt2, it shows 6.1.0
    hassan
    @hmmokidk_twitter
    I kind of have a random question, my work neefds accounting software (intuit) hosted on a widnows server we can remote into
    what's a good option for that? I see Azure but it seems needlessly expensive
    Yulia Tenincheva
    @Y-LyN-10

    Hey! :)

    I have some "bench" time and I would gladly contribute to open source projects (preferably, with Hapi.js). Do you have any recommendations or maybe high-priority tasks? :) Thanks

    Nelson
    @nelsonic
    Hi @Y-LyN-10! "bench" time is the perfect opportunity to explore new skills! :wink:
    Hapi.js is cool and if you want to help out we have a few Open Source projects which use Hapi which could really use an upgrade/update. e.g: https://github.com/dwyl/hapi-socketio-redis-chat-example ... however, if you're open to considering a new paradigm, I would highly recommend you consider learning Elixir & Phoenix e.g: https://github.com/dwyl/phoenix-chat-example hope you have a great weekend!
    Yulia Tenincheva
    @Y-LyN-10
    Thank you, @nelsonic ! Will definitely check these out!
    Vijay Shankar Gupta
    @kikit

    Hello Everyone. I just joined this gitter room.

    I was checking for TDD tutorial on web and find https://github.com/dwyl/learn-tdd . With this repo I comes to know about dwyl.

    I really like this initiative for free education. I found the tutorial very useful and I want to thank you all who contributed in thin great work.

    I was checking the book - https://github.com/dwyl/the-book and found it still not complete. I see the last commit on this repo is 6months, 1 year, 2 years and 3 years. I get confused that are you guys stopped working on this book or something went wrong ?

    Please let me know. I really wanna see this book complete and was to learn as well as contribute on this initiative.

    Cleop
    @Cleop
    Hey @kikit, that's great that you enjoyed the learn tdd tutorial :heart: :tada: ! We have many tutorials and repos made by dwyl which are constantly being added to to make them better and to keep them up to date :clock1: :calendar: . The book is like a contents page or directory to guide you through a lot of our tutorials in a helpful order for someone starting out. The repo itself may not be updated that often but that doesn't mean the repos it links too haven't been updated! However as you correctly noticed there are still new tutorials that we would like to build and that's where people like you in our community come in :muscle: ! A lot of our content is improved and added to by people in our community. So whether you have any knowledge on one of the repos that you could add to or you're a beginner and actually you didn't understand something and think a tutorial could be improved, create an issue and get involved! Or comment on an existing issue in a repo to help out too.
    Vijay Shankar Gupta
    @kikit

    Thanks @Cleop for clarifying. I recently started the web development and struggled a lot to find the right resources to learn efficiently. When I find this community and all dywl tutorials, I feel like I found the treasure.

    I'm a big fan of "Head First" book serious. I love there teaching style. And I find the almost same strategy in TDD tutorial . I started to explore dwyl.

    When I visit "the book" repo. I started to read immediately and Once I reached to end of page, it saying the book still is not completed then I check the history of repo and I see last commit was very long time. So I was curious( little bit scared) that what happened to this incredible community. I really wanted to read and work on all the tutorial straight at that time.

    I really want to see this book complete. You all did incredible job till now and it should be continue. I'm beginner but will definitely contribute to this when I will have some experience

    Thank You @Cleop . Thank you community.