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I like helping people. I like sharing the wisdom I've accumulated over the course of my career with the up and coming generation. I like showing new perspectives on the art of problem solving to others, and showing that computers are as cool as people make them seem. 😎 While I have no business in a classroom teaching (just not my calling in life), I very much appreciate helping people understand the mysterious world of computer science, programming, engineering, and application of theory
I dunno. Cuz u guys r cute?
For myself: I love the challanges. those against other sololearners and those for programming. Also to invent challanges myself. And finally there is always a quarter hour for joking and having fun besides but not far away from coding.
Somehow sololearn becomes the playground of advanced coders. Just look at The Great Nikolay Nachev. I think there is also that desire to share your knowledge to beginners since you were a beginner once.
the playground is nice for little codes on the fly, and i like helping people in the Q&A
Because Sololearn is also advancing 📈🤗
I’m not advanced but SoloLearn is the only mobile website where it has a huge coding community with teaching with code playground and challenges.
CUZ I WANT 1 MILLION XP!!!!!
What @Ace said. 😉 Except the teaching part. ❤
They advice,practice hard,share codes,try to remove queries,give beginners guideline and info..
The reason advanced programmers stay on SoloLearn, in my opinion, is for the challenges, to inspire, and to help other novice/adept programmers! Programming can be VERY difficult to some in the beginning, and I believe advanced programers stay on this Community to help them, challenge, motivate, and simply because the Community is amazingly polite and awesome!! 👍
I'm not advanced programmer but, I use sololearn because code playground ,I can write codes on my mobile, share the link and show it to my friends etc
There is nothing better than looking at code that doesn't work or compile and knowing how to put it right. Being able to provide whatever changes are needed to fix it for the author makes me happy. I enjoy answering questions and teaching programming techniques. It is also fun looking at a coding challenge and implementing a solution to it. This site has helped me rediscover the love of coding I had 44 years ago and lost due to working 24/365.2422/44 (every hour of every day of every year.)
I love helping people get to grips with the really of the computing world in the Q&A. In addition, the code Playground is a nice place to create small projects that lead to inspection for bigger ones.
knowledge js power ..no one should be left out....if they're not here...who will advice us
Simply because it is sololearn that opened me to the world of coding in 2016. Thank you @SL team 🎊🎊🎉
This is the best platform where seasoned programmers and beginners from all over the world interact, Q&A discussions, code playground, challenges make SL more fan.
I wouldn't say I'm advanced but I'm definitely not a beginner. Im staying because I like the community, the challenges, posting my own challenges and last but not least I like helping beginners. ☺ Edit: I forgot , I also love receiving and giving likestorms. 😁
I had given up programming 10 years ago, thanks to sololearn, I went back to school and now I believe it is now possible.
Over the course of my own career, I've enjoyed mentoring new developers in real life. The opportunity to interact with a broader group of like minded people on a world wide level seems like a natural fit.