Hacktoberfest 2021 wrapped up on Halloween, closing out the 8th annual celebration of open-source contributions!
If you aren’t familiar with Hacktoberfest, it is a month-long open-source program that challenges developers to contribute four pull requests to open-source repositories on Github during the month of October. Participants register with Hacktoberfest before or during the month, contribute their pull requests before November, and then either receive a tee shirt or have a tree planted in their name as a reward.
This year, This Dot Labs wanted to offer developers at all levels an opportunity to participate in Hacktoberfest by contributing to a group of repositories that gather various community resources, from podcasts to conferences.
Over the month of October, we were thrilled to collect resources provided by thirtyfive individual developers:
@tyrelchambers @regromrob @alicenstar @JeffMarvin @NachoVazquez @brokenmold @Nerajno @twocs @mithleshfantezie @jdwilkin4 @kpflug @afonsocarlos @Rreiso @LukeCantCode @ikeadeoyin @lindakatcodes @mvisic @debrakayeelliot @CIJarvis @afrizalhan @RoxieElliot @Zelig880 @BlazOrezem @tvanantwerp @lyndseybrowning @stevenspads @nicoolel @SuzeShardlow @lilyruth @vedantvijay @greywillfade @meera-ramesh19 @yobee333 @runningdeveloper @jmhobbs
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This Dot Labs is a development consultancy focused on providing staff augmentation, architectural guidance, and consulting to companies.
We help implement and teach modern web best practices with technologies such as React, Angular, Vue, Web Components, GraphQL, Node, and more.