For those of you that wear a watch, have you ever tried to wear your watch on the other arm? Is it just me, or doing this feels like the watch is not supposed to be on the other arm? I've always worn a watch on my left wrist, but wearing It on my right wrist is so foreign to me
#365DaysOfCode Day 11 - So, with some key assistance from the @treehouse staff, I finally got my SQL Library Manager project to display its JSON. Huge win.
Today I'll be working to get at least one of the routes set up and to work on some of the project requirements.
Biiig facts! I’m not just trying to pass the interview…I’m trying to join a community and an industry and make a name for myself. I’m trying to get promoted. I’m trying to get raises. I want to GROW….
Take that LOW LEVEL excuse outta here. I’m above that.
I Can I Will I Must
"What's the LEAST I need to know to get a job as a developer?"
I get this question a lot & I think the mental framing of this question sets you up for failure.
Why is the goal the absolute bare minimum? I don't want you to just get a job, I want you gain a career! Learn & grow!
We gotta make a change
It's time for us as a people to start makin' some changes
Let's change the way we eat
Let's change the way we live
And let's change the way we treat each other
You see, the old way wasn't workin'
So it's on us to do what we gotta do to survive
After not driving in the US for 11 months, I feel like my anxiety will be super high once I get back. And of course I have a 2 week road trip planned almost as soon as I get back haha No better way to get over this feeling than to jump in with both feet, eh?
#365DaysOfCode Day 10 - I'm travelling so coding won't happen until later tonight, but I'll be reviewing some SQLite videos from @treehouse and I might start a database course with @FrontendMasters while on the road. Tonights progress is to get at least the home route displaying
What’s crazy is that in the past 9 months I have hundreds of hours of coding while on the road, different cities, on the beaches of Romania, on the beaches of Poland (even though it was cold af) and throughout Germany’s roads…just thinking about it, 2 years ago I’d have laughed
I've been listening to a ton of music lately, and I can honestly say that 2000-2008 was just *about as* good as most of the 90s. So many classics made during these 8 years, just cant compare to anything since then.
When building @reactjs projects what are some key features I should look into using besides functional components and useState and useEffects? Any cool libraries I should look into, nothing too crazy like no 3d stuff or nothing like that, just normal web features that are awesome