Thank you repl.it
In the Summer of 2020 (probably July), my Python teacher introduced me to repl.it. He used Repl.it Classrooms (which is now deprecated) to teach Python. Of course I tried some other languages such as Node.js (where I made simple HTTP servers with the native
http module), which helped me improve my JS skills.
At some point in time I decided to learn C (probably in September or October). With the help of https://learn-c.org and repl.it I learned it and also C++.
I kept learning and creating things for some time.
My first major interaction with the Repl.it community was when I posted my C++ Tutorial (probably in November), and got about 10-15 upvotes at the time.
From there I started being more active, answering people's questions and collaborating with multiplayer.
Repl.it also introduced me to Linux (mainly through messing around in the Linux VMs and @CodeLongAndPros's post) and has taught me a lot about it.
I would also like to thank the following people:
@xxpertHacker and @CSharpIsGud - for answering my questions that no one else on repl is smart enough to answer,
and xxpertHacker for entertaining me with his viruses
@Coder100 - for helping out with the not so advanced questions (probably only 2 or 3)
@DynamicSquid - for introducing me to the right way to do lang dev
@amasad - for creating repl.it
My website is here: https://programmeruser.repl.co
If you're interested, the below repl is the first repl on this account.