ACM ICPC session 🔥☕Problem solving is an important skill that I would love to improve and work on since it's a skill that a lot of the big tech companies are looking for. Frankly, I am not the best at this😂 But it's okay, every master was once a beginner.
"Do good and avoid evil. Be a good christ in word and deed. Honesty and courage, valor and self-discipline, all that makes you a knight. Help the poor and the sick. Help the wise and the oppressed. Be just towards everyone. For we are not born just for ourselves. But for others as well." -King Arthur by Karl-Heinz Koinneg
A quote which I grew up with and which seems to be a guideline for my life. Armanlath! -The Warden
Day 17: I’m thankful for WORK. I’m thankful to have a job that is edifying where people support one another. I’m thankful to be able to help support my family (though I wish I could stay home). And I’m SUPER thankful that every Thursday they allow me to stay home with my peanut and work from here (when she lets me — spoiler, that’s not now, she’s currently curled up asleep in my lap). It’s not everything in the world I wished it’d be, but it’s enough, and I’m pretty ok with enough.
Learning Swift is brilliant, access to so much free online materials is surprising me.
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⚡️ B u g F i x e s + E m a i l s 👨🏻💻 Spending today with some UI fixes and answering back to collaboration emails. There’s some cool projects lining up, so stay tuned 🙏🏻🔥
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✅ PRO TIP: Using Git flow! Git flow is such an important thing to know if you are a developer working on any-sized team. 👨💻 Git flow allows you to organize your git repositories in a clean and predictable way. 🗑️ Git flow is a time-tested system that allows you to organize your repo as it grows, a challenging task if you work on a medium to large team (10+ people). ⌛ The core ideas of git flow are pretty simple, made up of 3 major components: 1) Feature branches - these are branches that you build new features in, that get merged to develop once complete. 2) Release branches - these are branches that glue many feature branches into one branch. These features then get merged to master as a single release and are deployed into production. 3) Hotfix branches - these are branches that only fix bugs in master, after a release is submitted. 🔀 Typically, I merge all of my features in via PRs, allowing me to review & monitor changes to my code base from contributors. 🤔 Then, I have continuous integration build, test, and deploy for me, only pushing code from master into customer-facing servers and pushing any code from develop into staging systems that mirror production server setups. 🖥️
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✖️kinda digital nomad✖️
Currently my WiFi at home is a moody bitch. So this week I was working from all different kind of places mostly coffee shops and somewhere at the university campus. Even though I’m not a student anymore I still like the atmosphere there. Good thing my city has many places with WiFi!
The even better thing is they’ve finally managed to lay a fiberglass pipe in my street so they’re great and FAST times ahead 🚀🚀🚀 Never thought I’d be so happy about a construction side in front of my apartment 🤓😄