June 12, 2019 at 2:15am
The idea behind this was to create a 'local stackoverflow', where people could get help on JS topics from peers within Iasi. This would be a test case for creating a personal actual 'platform/forum/whatever-the-fuck', where we could better manage, document, nurture , [buzzword1, buzzword2 ...] and do shit right.
It's quite a different engagement when you are taking advice from people you could actually meet any day, who work in the same ecosystem as you, and it would create an awesome involvement in the 'general JS community' not just IasiJS.
There are tons of benefits, from creating 'real'/'approachable' connections with your peers, being able to help/get-helped-by any level of developers which you will meet face-to-face, keep connected with old colleagues, gain some reputation before meeting new ones, being able to actually grow the local ecosystem with your time and interest, and it always always pays forward. I could write my usual km-long post, and I would still be under-selling it.
We should make a simple action plan to get this going also, but with a focus on simply getting our message across.
I'm really starting to like you guys :) just sayin..
June 17, 2019 at 8:30pm