I’m going to guess yes? haha, since there is people are you are consuming content? Hmm… interesting question though.
I answered “extensively” because I check all sorts of online platforms regularly, including (but not limited to): DEV.to, Instagram, Twitter, Reddit, Discord, and Slack.
I’ll give a word of caution to people trying to “network” online when learning to code: be honest to yourself. It’s so easy to go down the rabbit hole and end up with 50 tutorials on Python or amazing front-end web dev, machine learning algorithms, the top 10 things every beginners should know, and the “this is how I got my first job in tech”. Don’t waste your time. I’m sure there is some useful info in those articles, but don’t let them be your main focus.
Ever heard of busy buffering? It’s when we start doing tasks that keep us from doing the things we should actually be doing. It gives us a sense of “I’m working on something” while not actually moving forward. Don’t buffer in social media, even tech social media.
PS: I busy buffer all the time, that’s why I’m warning you