The Remix community is large and growing rapidly. We're excited you're a part of it. We try hard to keep it a friendly place where people want to hang out and help/be helped. We're all here just trying to build websites and make the web better.
To that end, please keep in mind our code of conduct.
The Remix Discord server is a great place to have conversations, answer and ask questions, all about Remix.
Our GitHub discussions forum is a good place to chat about ideas and approaches you can take with Remix.
You can find (and create) examples in the Remix examples repository.
Here's a list of courses (in no particular order) you can take to help learn Remix:
If you need to learn React first, this free egghead course by Kent C. Dodds has everything you need.
You can also subscribe to releases on GitHub.
Remix Conf is a yearly conference all about Remix.
There are Remix Meetups all over the world with thousands of members. Some online, some in person, and some a hybrid of the two. Find them on the Remix Meetup page.