EddieHub communicates and collaborates in two different ways: via the community’s Discord server and the GitHub organisation. We would strongly recommend joining both so that you can get the full benefit of joining the community and feel integrated. Both EddieHub and these platforms are free.
If you have not done so already, then sign up to Discord on https://discord.com. This is a text, audio and video platform which has many chat channels based on different topics. Make sure that you customise your profile with a picture or photo, GitHub profile link and Twitter.
Then go on to the EddieHub's server via the Discord invite link. You will be dropped in the #general channel where you will be asked to review and agree our community's Code of Conduct and receive a warm welcome from the members. Now would be a good time to consider introducing yourself and include the link to your GitHub profile. In your introduction we would recommend mentioning what technologies you are into and what you are up to at the moment (for example, are you a student or are you a freelancer?).
Within the EddieHub Discord server there are around thirty channels which cover topics ranging from a public speaking channel to a databased channel. At first it can seem daunting looking at this list, so we would recommend the #readme channel as a good staring point to understanding the different areas in our server.
Once you are ready, go for it and join the conversation!