Community is an important aspect of the Real Python website. In this section of the course you saw how you can participate in the RP community and interact with other students and the RP Team. You can do so by joining the members-only Real Python Slack chat or by contributing to the comments section on tutorials and video lessons.
RP Community: Recap & Review
00:00 Okay, so in this section, you learned how to interact with the Real Python community. Community is a really, really important aspect of the Real Python website and our overall purpose in
00:12 this world here. We talked about three things. Number one, the Real Python Slack community that you can join as a member. You can find it here by clicking on your avatar photo and then clicking on the Slack Community button.
00:23 Then, we’ve talked about the comments functionality on written tutorials, and then also, we talked about the comments functionality on video courses. You’re encouraged to participate in all three of those, of course, you don’t have to. There’s a lot of people who are watching our courses and using our material and don’t ever comment or engage, and that’s totally fine.
00:43 But if you like to participate in the Real Python community, you’re more than welcome to, and hopefully, I’ll see you somewhere in the comments or on the Real Python Slack.
Ah yes, thanks for the heads up there João! I moved the Community access under the main Learn Python menu, since it seemed like a better fit.
We’re rolling out some big new features soon, so it’s probably time to give this course a refresh in the near future :)
Excited about what is to come! :)
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João Pedro Zanlorensi Cardoso on Feb. 11, 2021
Hi Dan, I believe that the “Slack Community” button does not appear anymore in the drop down list under our avatar. That’s not an issue at all because there are other ways to get there, but I just wanted to let you know! Thank you for the great introduction videos!