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This channel is for team-wide communication and announcements. All team members are in this channel.


Non-work banter and water cooler conversation
A place for non-work-related flimflam, faffing, hodge-podge or jibber-jabber you'd prefer to keep out of more focused work-related channels.


Discussion around web dev job opportunities. - Share job opportunities. - Share job needs.
-Listing any jobs that other members may be interested in.


An open forum for help and advice.


Discussion around Web and Front-end Design: HTML, CSS, HTML/CSS, Design, Grids, UI/UX, Browser Troubleshooting, DevTools, Modular Scale, etc.
"There Are No Dumb Questions, It's Just Dumb Not To Ask." - Q&A about Web Design and Front-end Design: HTML, CSS, HTML/CSS/JS Preprocessors, JavaScript & any JS library, Design, Grids, UI/UX, Browser Troubleshooting, DevTools, Modular Scale, etc.


Frontend Design or Development. Topics where humans interact with the web.
Talk about frontend development


Discussion about the DWD meetup or other meetup events we should be aware of.
talk about past meetup topics or ideas for new topics to be covered at meetup


Discussion around resources and information to advance ones career and life.
Resources and information to advance ones career and life


Discussion around the tools we use on a daily basis to do our jobs. This could software or hardware. Examples: - The code editor you use - Sublime Text, Coda, VS Code, VIM, Atom - The type of OS you use - Windows, Mac, Linux - Etc.
Talk about *tools* of the trade. Like your favorite wrench, these tools are what you use to *build*, not integrate into a website. You wouldn’t leave your favorite wrench with a client would you? EXAMPLE: Your favorite text editor, browser plugins..


Discussion around server side languages (aka Backend Development). Examples: PHP, .NET, C#, VB, Ruby, Python, Perl, Node JS, CoffeeScript, Erlang, Java, Scala, Groovy, Clojure
talk about server side languages


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