What to know before you start: 100 Pull Requests in 100 Days

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  • jayeclark

    Config files for my GitHub profile.

    It's been more than a month since I finished one of the most intense challenges of my life, and I'm still struggling to figure out the best way to write about it. I thought taking a week to reflect would help, but then life got in the way - so here I am five weeks later, still not sure how to start talking about the firehose of information and insight that I experienced in those 100 days.

  • Puts Debuggerer

    Ruby library for improved puts debugging, automatically displaying bonus useful information such as source line number and source code.

    Github.com This is an online community where you can sync your local git repositories, share your work with the world, and collaborate on projects. In most projects the GitHub repository serves as the "single source of truth" that contributors' local git repositories feed into and pull from. If you're a developer in training, you've very likely set up a GitHub account, but you may not know why it's useful or how to use it yet. This challenge can also help with that.

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  • TypeScript

    TypeScript is a superset of JavaScript that compiles to clean JavaScript output.

    Contributing Guidelines: Many of the larger open source software projects have an official CONTRIBUTING.md file that goes over the rules of who can contribute and how, and provides helpful information on how to get started developing on the project. On smaller projects, this information is often included in the overall README.md file for the repository instead. In some cases, you may need to reach out to the repository owner for more information on whether you can contribute and how you can set up your local development environment.

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