August 6th, 2002, 10:09 PM
Concept of Zero (coding community)
We are right now growing slowly but steadily. Most of the members are younger than 20 years old and have some programming or design experience (we are pround of the fact that we have some great young programming minds with us). I, myself, am 16 and i've been coding seriously for 2 years. As far as the sense of community goes, we are very tight. We frequently have social chats and have several running jokes going on . We are very newbie-friendly and we answer all questions no-matter how stupid. Basically, the idea is to make a user-friendly community that allows young people (and old people alike) to have fun programming with people who share interests...
If you are looking into getting into coding, or if you want to improve your current coding practices, it would be a good choice to join us. As i said before, we are very newbie friendly.
August 6th, 2002, 11:06 PM
Wouldn't hurt for you to mention that you're c++ oriented group, as devshed is open source web directed sort of community and personally I assumed you were the same.
And you know I mean that.
August 9th, 2002, 02:43 PM
well, we are planning on making most of our projects open-source, so i thought this advert would fit here.