Modified on February 24, 2020
Forum promotion complies with CodeForum.org
Hello Forum promotion, I would like to promote the community that I built. I created Code Forum with the intention of helping myself and others learn to code. Without the feeling that you are asking a stupid question or even feeling ashamed for not knowing something that everyone else did. Regardless of your skill level, you are always welcome to Code Forum to learn, build, and share. Code Forum was founded in October 2018 and had been striving ever since, at the time of creating this thread that we have about 300 registered members and growing every day. We call our & # 39; member & # 39; encoders. It is exclusive to Code Forum.
About our staff
As we have grown as a community, so has our team. Actually we have four staff members (including myself). We all have different roles that we strategically plan to help grow and maintain the community. My role consists of many different areas, although we are all responsible for moderating the community. A staff member is more or less the leader of this particular area. As mentioned above, we currently have Three staff members (not including me) with roles.
- The first role focuses primarily on ensuring that the community follows and adheres to the community's rules and guidelines.
- The second role focuses on community participation; These are more areas, such as community events, ensuring that no thread goes unanswered for a long period. And you'll also be the person to submit weekly coding challenges.
- The third role is more focused on social networks: this person will manage the interactions of Twitter, Facebook, etc.
How does it work
We want coders to feel comfortable and belong to the Code Forum. Encoders are not just part of the Code Forum. They are Code Forum. When a programmer comes to the Code Forum for help, they are encouraged to use a format that is easy to understand for who is trying to answer their question. We offer a more advanced BBCode function that allows the encoder to select the particular language in which they want to share their code. It also provides the ability to highlight specific lines where encoders may want to draw the attention of other encoders to particular pieces of code. There is also a button that allows encoders and other encoders to quickly copy the code. After the encoder receives some responses to your thread and if a solution is provided. The encoder can mark the thread solution, which will then highlight the post as a green color.
Registration is 100% free and publication is 100% free. Encoders can use Code Forum to help encoders. However, some resources may be offered as paid services, but we do not allow it at this time.
Has Code Forum helped anyone?
Yes! Many coders have claimed that they found their answer on Code Forum and that it was very friendly and welcoming!
What is special about Code Forum?
All the encoders that are part of the Code Forum, of course! Code Forum also has many unique things. From rules to services, we strive to be the best coding and programming forum out there. As mentioned above, Code Forum is a welcoming environment, no matter what skill or language the coder knows they will always be treated as if they belonged. We have introduced a rule that helps combat any unpleasant / negative behavior that may lead programmers to ask or even join Code Forum. We have other rules, but I'll let you review the rules and guidelines of our site yourself.
The most important issue of all, what does the future hold for us? We plan to help coders and it always will be. But we also want to help programmers learn more. Therefore, we believe that the best way to learn is to work together doing open source projects together as a community, weekly code challenges, and weekly budgeting in different programming and coding languages. Something like putting into practice what has been learned and what is known. Keeping it fresh in your mind. We also believe that this will help drive activity and engage developers.
You can find us at CodeForum.ORG!
And of course feel free to offer any constructive feedback!