Hey all...recently embarking on a career change (from management in the 
energy sector to computer science, focusing on software development) and 
about six weeks away from my degree. I plan on diving back into the course 
material since I feel like much of it was skimmed over or I just didn't get 
what I needed out of the class at the time, but I want to concurrently 
start refining some coding skills and contributing meaningfully while 
building a portfolio. From what I've read (I don't have ready access to a 
group of like minded individuals), open source is a great way for a newbie 
to dive in, but I'm not sure how to become active or really what I can 
contribute at this point, as I'm certainly not an "experienced" programmer 
as of yet.

Short question to the backstory: How can I get plugged in to the open 
source world and start contributing, even in a minimal way? I'm willing to 
do all the b*tch work necessary even for exposure to good coding practices. 
I'd appreciate any help, and would greatly appreciate working closely and 
exponentially with a singular group (for rapport and progression purposes).


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