💡Request for feedback
Edit: the book club reached 1,000 members in a day (and growing) and in addition to the club, we’re now hosting community events that are free and open to developers of all experience levels. Join the discord below or follow our Twitter account to attend an event.
So… why should you join?
Here are the next steps if you’re interested in joining the club:
- Join our email list to get your invitation to the club by email, and to get updates on future books or community events.
- Vote for what time you’d like the club to meet at. The club will meet on Sundays but the time chosen will be based on attendees availability. Once you join the discord, you’ll find the pinned poll to vote on a time.
- Introduce yourself in the discord, and start reading chapter 1.
- Remember that you don’t need to attend every meeting! Just make it when you can.
If you’re still thinking of joining but would like more details, here’s some more info on the book club.
There is no obligation to attend the book club every week. If you can’t make it one week, simply catch up on reading and join us the next week. I’ve also added a doc with more details on the club.
If you have any questions, comment below in the comments section or head to our Discord and ask us there.
I look forward to seeing you in the club!
Photo credit: Photo in this post (as well as the amazing free books) are all by Kyle Simpson.
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