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#1 tokkilee   User is offline

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Hello! New to Dream in Code

Post icon  Posted 19 October 2009 - 05:43 PM

Hello!

My name is Amber Weinberg and I have over 10 years of experience in web development. My speciality is writing extremely clean code, validated in XHTML 1.0 Strict, that implements accessibility standards and increases search engine rankings.

I'm extremely happy I finally found a nice looking developer forum, have been looking forever!
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Re: Hello! New to Dream in Code

Posted 19 October 2009 - 06:10 PM

May I be the first to welcome you </Dream.In.Code> my name is Adam and I'm one of the Moderators.
If you're a student, a professional developer, a hobbyist or just a person who wants to find more about the exciting world of software development you will always find members here that can help you, keep a good discussion or be helped by you.

Before you start your journey in the new and intriguing world of our community, let me introduce you to some of the basics of how our community works.

If you are looking for help, please be specific about your problem. Describe what happened, what did you do and what was the final result. In this way you will cut the amount of time needed to find a suitable solution for your problem.

If you are asking for help regarding software development, make sure that you post your question with the code you've been working on so far. We do not do homework for our members, however, if you show some effort in solving your problem, you will surely get a helpful set of replies that will help you find the right solution.

When posting code on the forums, please post it between code tags: code.gif . It makes the code more readable on the forums, so it would be easier to look at your program and see which part is doing what.

That's pretty much it! You're all set and ready to go! Just as a last piece of advice - please, respect other members and you will be respected.

I encourage you to contact me or any other team member if you have any questions about our web site.

Thank you for joining and enjoy your stay here!
-Adam

P.S. I think you should stick around since you like to look of the current site, you'll just love the site currently in development.
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