My nightly kingdom 🔮
🍄 Working remotely can bring numerous benefits into your life. However isn't all sunshine and lollipops. ——————————————————————————————
🛠 The last 2 weeks have been kind of stressful too many things running in parallel. ——————————————————————————————
🔥 Three things to know in life :
❕ Never beg anyone for anything. ❗Never trust anyone. ✴ Never depend on anyone.
I’m going to be selling my courses on maxcodes.io in two ways. 1. Monthly subscription || 2. Per course
Hey guys! 👋🏼 I’m taking a little break from learning Swift to make this post. This afternoon I was doing the 30 Day VanillaJS Challenge by @wesbos and Leonardo was making me company 🐢👩🏻💻 he’s learning to code too 😜.
What about if we talk today about some skills every web developer should have? Vamos? 😉
• It’s very important you get familiar with the development process, yes I know this might seem obvious, but you should be able to code and think as a developer. A developer should be able to put things into perspective and see the bigger picture. This involves understanding the way developer’s team interacts with each other and the effect this has on the product they’re working on.
• Stay informed. Keeping the pace with the technology innovations can be tough since it’s constantly changing at such a fast pace to the point that staying up to date is nearly impossible so here’s a piece of advice: try to narrow your focus. Become an expert in a couple of carefully selected areas to focus on your qualities and maximize your abilities as a developer. However, it’s still crucial to focus on what’s happening in the industry.
•Try not to build something if you can’t guarantee it will work perfectly. The developers need to be excellent problem solvers and also great at debugging code. Be prepared to solve issues which are not strictly related to the code, such as user experience and usability.
•If you’re able to manage your time well, you’ll be able to manage your projects. A developer who uses proper time management techniques can be relied upon to deliver projects and meet deadlines, which is a valuable skill to have. Learn how to multi-task and figure out how to delegate assignments to other resources in case you need to.
#PastranaApproved ecommerce site for @NitroCircus - awesome to work with Travis Pastrana and the @NitroCircus team.
semoga Allah selalu melindungimu di tempat kerjamu yang baru, dan membawa rizki yang lebih banyak dan berkah untuk keluarga kita. hari pertama kerja di kantor baru. jadi pelanggan transjogja ni ye dadd sekarang 😁 #kerja#programmer#mitrais#yogyakarta
Regrann from @lozombie (me) The birth of #letsblowuptheworld - I woke up today and realised: Hey, I haven't made a bitingly satirical and politically insensitive game for iOS and Android yet. What's wrong with me? Here's a quick experiment... Yep, swiping my finger across the screen sends multiple Kek heads hurtling into oblivion. Excellent. Fly my pretties. Fly! 😁 - #regrann
hi! ❤ this is a part of the wandering action for NPCs! its one of my favorites i think it reads kind of interesting! :]
The Reuse Possibility.
Programming. What on earth does it all mean? Lets ignore the little bullet points and jump into the big chunk - problem solving. I love a good problem and I presume you (as a coder too) also love a good problem to solve. Puzzles, riddles, brain teasers - they envelop me into a world of stress solving. It becomes a sudden overwhelming chunk of my life, a chunk where if left incomplete leaves me feeling empty and lost. Woe is me!
You begin with the problem set, an idea or concept of a final outcome, you then identify your obstacles, the objects soon to become the bane of your existence, followed shortly by your route planning - figuring out how to get from [A] to [B] in the most efficient and clever route as possible - whilst also taking into consideration the re-use possibility.
Ahh the re-use possibility. Something I never used to take into account but something I consider with everything I do now. Its the big “Can I or will I ever need to, use this piece of code for anything else similar?” - let me save you the anguish, the answer is likely yes. So what is programming? - its awesome is what it is. It’s an awesome opportunity to solve some insane brain melting riddles - and I love it. Coders FTW✌🏻
One book a week, they said. It will be fun, they said. It kinda was... 🎭🏁
What did I learn at Startup Weekend Prague? #swprague
On the final presentation, there was one amazing project called To'let which helps people find the nearest toilet in Prague. During the weekend the team made quite a good research and analysed all the problems in this area, they developed a working service, made a whole business plan for it and even found their first customers who started to use their project after only 1-2 days from the first idea. They were amazing and actually won the competiton! (Congratz guys, you deserve it! 💛)
But for me, it was hard to see their amazing presentation before presenting ours project. Not because I was jealous, but because I knew that in 5 minutes, I had to go on stage and present our idea which I knew wasnt good enought to win, but still have to pretend that we are the winners. I knew that the judges were going to compare us and we were going to fail.
But hey, when they announced our project, I just got up, went on the stage and even though my self-confidence was really small, I did my best there.
I mean, I learned a lot of things at this competiton, but this experience was the one I value the most.
Also I wanted to thank you my team: Jakub, Dawid and Konrad. These guys actually suprised me by not sleeping and eating at all. 😂 Like if I didnt pushed them to the dinner once, they would just survive on the air. 🤔😂 They were amazing ! 🙂
We got a honorable mention in the end, quite good for a 24 hours project. 😍