Hacktoberfest 2020: Code, Repo and T-shirt

Less than a month ago I started my path to the Hacktoberfest 2020! I was desperate to impress my friends. I wanted my first T-shirt as a developer! But first a step back before…

What is Hacktoberfest?
Hacktoberfest is a monthlong celebration of open source software run by DigitalOcean. It’s open to everyone.

What if I want to get my annual T-shirt?
You need to complete four requests via GitHub: when completing four pull requests, you will have the option to choose either a Hacktoberfest shirt in white or blue, OR the option to donate a tree. You will not have the option to choose both swag options.

What is Open Source?
Open source refers to source code that is publicly accessible and allows anyone to inspect, modify or learn from it. Open source projects encourage collaboration and the freedom to use the software for any purpose you wish.

Well, this year I took part in that journey (too late i think, my first pull request: 25 October 🤦‍♂️) and today I received an update:

Continue reading “Hacktoberfest 2020: Code, Repo and T-shirt”


hello world!
Hello world!

Ladies and gentlemen… it’s with great pleasure I welcome you all on this, the first post in the blog.

HowToReadCode.com, what is it?

It’s my journal as a developer. I put here some stuff about my milestones. With “how to read code”, I mean, how to read JavaScript , (included libraries!) and other web developer’s strange things.

the price of the knowlegde
Price of the knowledge …

I’m Italian and this is my first attempt to writing in English. It’s my attempt to growth in every way.

If you do not understand something, please, write me or use the comments below every post.

Thank you for being here. So, Stay Tuned and happy coding!