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The Community Contributions Of 2018

With the 2018 year coming to an end, I wanted to take a moment to appreciate the guest content that was submitted and published on The Polyglot Developer this year. While I love sharing technical content with everyone, I love it even more when the community gets involved and does the same.

Let’s take a look at the guest tutorials that appeared on the blog and the guest authors that wrote them.

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Tracy Developer Meetup in California

After having thought about it for quite some time, I’ve finally decided to start a developer user group in my home town of Tracy, California. This group titled, The Tracy Developer Meetup, was started to give developers living outside of the Bay Area, a chance to collaborate with other developers in the same position.

If you’re unfamiliar with Tracy, it is a town about 1.5 hours from San Francisco and Mountain View, but significantly more affordable and home to many engineers that commute to the Bay Area for work.

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Write Blog Articles In Markdown On The Polyglot Developer

As you may or may not know, The Polyglot Developer is happy to accept guest contributions from the developer community. To find out more, check out the article titled, Write Guest Articles on The Polyglot Developer Blog. With that said, I’ve been receiving a lot of questions regarding Markdown, the format in which these blog articles are crafted.

The Polyglot Developer uses Hugo which is similar to Jekyll in the sense that articles are written in Markdown and then built into HTML. Don’t worry, Markdown is not bad and you’ll see how much more convenient it is than writing in other formats.

We’re going to get a quick look at producing content in Markdown so it can be published on the web.

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Write Guest Articles On The Polyglot Developer Blog

Do you find the content on The Polyglot Developer valuable? What if I told you that you could contribute valuable content to other developers as well?

I wanted to let you know that I’m currently accepting original guest content, from talented developers like yourself, on a variety of awesome topics.

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The Developer Community Gives Back

I’ve been writing developer related content for a few years now, most of which I distribute for free. Sure I have some donation requests around this blog, but I never demand any and I try not to force it on you. I enjoy helping the developer community, and more, I enjoy creating a healthy developer community that helps each other.

This is a short story on how the developer community that I created, heard my request for help, and offered to lend me their skills.

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Nic Raboy’s Code Blog Is Now The Polyglot Developer

A few days ago I announced via my email newsletter that my blog, Nic Raboy’s Code Blog, found at blog.nraboy.com was going to be rebranded to The Polyglot Developer, found at www.thepolyglotdeveloper.com.

I am pleased to announce that this transition has already taken place and this blog is now known as The Polyglot Developer. If you typically land on my blog via a Google Search result, don’t worry as I have appropriate redirects in place to ensure you end up where you need to be.

So why did I decide to make this transition?

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The Polyglot Developer Podcast

To help kick off the new year, I wanted to announce that I am creating a podcast titled The Polyglot Developer Podcast that will be released to iTunes as well as Pocket Casts.

You might have some questions regarding this, such as:

  • What is a podcast?
  • What will this podcast hope to accomplish?
  • How will this podcast differ from all my videos and written blog articles?

Let’s break it down and get everything cleared up on why you should care about the free podcast that I’m publishing!

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