Use this space to share anything you want to share with our community - your name, where you're from, what you program in, what brought you here... whatever you're comfortable with!
Can't wait to get to know y'all.
Hi, I'm Zavexeon! But you can call me Kyle or Zave.
I'm a Ruby programmer, brought here to find a good online coding environment for it. Since then I've learned many different programming languages.
I'm Yip. I Have been programming for a while from Basic to Lisp to C++. I am starting an experiment on twitch.tv on May 31st. I'll stream sessions of me coding, answering simple programming questions and then maybe building onto a bigger project.
I will use repl.it as the development environment since I like that it is accessible to everybody. Planning to start with C++ since that is what I have been teaching for a few years. I might delve into making games, implementing artificial intelligence algorithms, play around with other languages, build compilers, or whatever. It is an experiment, so not sure how it will grow.
If you are interested, look me up on twitch. All my code will be available on repl.it and github, so you can check them out even if you never watch the streams. Would love to get feedback and ideas on what to stream, so message me if you are passionate about something specific and it might just make it into my stream.
To interesting lives, interesting projects!
I'm Minh Khoi, that's my real name, i'm from Vietnam.
I like to program with Python, i know HTML, CSS too. I found Replit when i search for a Python compiler and some other languages compiler and Replit is in the suggestion of all searches, i tried it out and it is AWESOME!
🤘 🤘 🤘
Also I know a little Java.
Hey... don't mean to be offensive, you can ignore this if u want, but can I ask u @katyadee about who you are? Well i'm not that much of an 'old user' of repl.it and I don't know anything about you except that you are repl.it newsletter publisher and that you work in repl.it! I really am not asking you to do what you don't want to do, I just want to know more about you and more about repl.it! so yea
hi - i am linoman_zz and i am pretty new to repl it - i just dive into python coding and therefore i am happy to see a online-ide.
just wonder why the behavior of the system is sometimes so "special" - (see my corresoponding questions ) - i guess that i will manage to dive into the technique while working on some projects.
look forward to new experiences in the online-coding environment
I'm a young programmer and wannabe webdev. I like music, art, memes, learning about others, and animals. (Can't wait to come back for you guys' answers!)
i like roblox and making youtube videos
My name is Clément. I know how to do some code (simple while loops, if/elif/else, random...) but I’m not a pro. I posted 2 programs so please comment and give a advice.
Thanks, and have a good day!
Hi! Please see my programs I posted and feel free to give feedback or advice
Thanks, and have a good day!
By the way I write Python
Hi! I'm Ebest (is that what you call a pseudonym?) (long eeeee, or say e and then best)! I've been here for a while but I forgot to post something on this. I'm 12 as of now, and I came on here when I searched for "Online Python Ide". I should be doing my homework right now. It's due tomorrow. Anyways, I've been coding on here for a while and I've been coding in Python for a long time already.
A few reason why I like this great site:
Extremely active people. Once, I posted a post, and within 10 seconds (really) someone responded.
Games. Games! There's a lot of games on here (A LOT) and since the teachers know I'm using this for my school projects, they can't block it (LOL poor teachers, their projects have backfired).
- The coding itself. The IDE is really good here and I use it for a lot of things, like projects.
Overall, this is the best coding platform I have seen before. I bet it's probably better then most of the paid ones, too.
NOTE: Can someone make a fast discord proxy? I can't access it but I want to be able to become a moderator anyways.
Hey there! I'm squirmyfortherun.
I've come to start a new journey of coding on repl.it. Just previously a few weeks ago, I was on this website called scratch to start out. I was pretty succesful and made a few friends who were well known as "famous" ̳𝚘̳𝚗̳ ̳𝚜̳𝚌̳𝚛̳𝚊̳𝚝̳𝚌̳𝚑̳(Just 'scratch' unless Im wrong). You may have heard of it. After about 2 years of continuously using it, I wanted to move on. A friend of mine showed me this stunning site. I hope to enjoy repl.it as much as i enjoyed Scratch. So far everything has been spectacular. Cant wait to see what i'll code next.
My name is Tristan, I'm 10 and I live in Washington!
I like coding in Python, HTML, BASIC, and C++, but my favorite is Python.
I'm here because I use ChromeOS, so I can't download Eclipse or Microsoft Virtual Studios, so I was searching all over the web for an online IDE, and then BAM repl.it is the 3rd result! I made an account, and got coding!
I'm mostly self taught, but every once in a while I use a book or website as a reference.
Hi Guys! I'm Grify, a 14-year-old designer and developer in Silicon Valley, right near Replit HQ! I use Replit for learning new languages, practicing them, and for messing around with computer language, as well as for some interesting (sometimes controversial) projects (For the brave, see http://www.grifypack.ga, a comically bad website for a matching in quality minecraft 'textur' (sic) pack, http://www.countdownfreedom.cf, a trump countdown made with Sean)
So yeah you'll probably all be seeing me around these forums and on the Replit Discord as @grify#3855 if you need help with a web page or python program, I can always try to help :D
salutations , im a braziliam student learning how to be an engenieer.
I like coding in python and c++ and curently learning PhP.
i recently got into this plataform for a php workshop i was lecturing in a class, i really like it here , kinda ... comfy.
I know I’m really late to this thread as I have been using repl.it for quite a while now, but some of you still might not know me. I’m RyanHCode, or just Ryan Code. I enjoy coding in almost every language supported on repl.it, and am proficient in most. I really enjoy the community that has been growing around this wonderful online IDE and would love to see where it goes!
I'm Mukul, from India. I'm a sophomore year student pursuing InfoTech. I kinda know C, Java, and stepped foot into Python3 recently. Hope to earn a lot of knowledge here with you guys and probably make some friends and mentors who can help me get through :)
It'd be a pleasure knowing you guys at coding level as well as at a personal level :)
Thanks Katya, for organizing this :)
I'm Fork, or Emily For an actual name.
I joined this program for school, And I am currently Enjoying it Very Much!
I hope to meet lots of talented people on this website :)
I'm not very good at this yet, But Here's my Website <3
Hello! Im very new to repl (jk). To start off, I would like to say I really love this! Its so easy and productive. The repl staff members (discord members) are so ever great. Also the replit team, are very kind hearted people! I just really love this!
add me on discord: [Clout] ◌Freak1337◌#6109
Hi guys, i'm Panashe, from Zimbabwe. I'm a rookie developer, who started off as Growth Hacker for a Bitcoin Exchange. Hoping to learn more, looking for groups or people to learn with.
Hi. My name is Ken. I used to work in software development.
Since I don't own a computer right now, and am dependent upon the local library's computers, I can't install Python3 anywhere. If the computers don't have something installed, I have to use portable apps or whatever I can find online...like this website. So, having repl.it has been really great because I can run Python3 here and learn. I tried the PythonAnywhere website. It is good, too. But, this website is quicker and easier to use to just run some Py3 code.
Over the past couple of years I have been running through a lot of Lynda.com / LinkedIn Learning video courses. They are really good. I definitely recommend them. They have really good instructors who work in the industry. And, they try to keep up to date with what they are teaching. The Python courses there were very helpful. I can also recommend their CSS Flexbox/Grid/Responsive Web Design courses. They are teaching the current concepts with good teachers and good hands-on examples. I would also like to REALLY recommend the Regular Expression course at Lynda.com. RegExp was something I just couldn't get a grasp on until I took that course. The step by step examples are fantastic. It is a bit long; but, it covers a lot. And, even if you won't use everything explained there, you will understand a lot more.