It honestly feels like all of our equipment in the office wants to break before the thanksgiving break 😂 As soon as i fix one thing, someone walks up with another.
I can already tell we gonna have another busy week so not much coding I’ll be able to get done. Nonetheless i am still keeping productive at work which is nice so I cant complain.
On the other hand I already know what my first YouTube video is going to be! Pretty much the story of how I got into coding and what steps I took up until this point! I get a lot of people asking who are just starting out how to actually start, so putting into video form would be an awesome way to answer this! This Sunday ill try to get the video done 🙏🏽
What got you started into coding? Lemme know!
2 days ago
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1 hour ago
Mistaken beliefs to be a developer.
Today I will talk about common mistaken beliefs people have about developers.
You need a Computer Science Degree.
This is a common mistake people have. It helps! But it's not necessary for you to have to become a developer. I was working as a junior python developer after drop out of University after 1st year. (So I didn't need to finish my studies in order to become a dev)
You need to be a mathematical genius.
You don't need half the math stuff you think you do. As long as you understand the concept of data structures, loops, and basic algorithms. You will be fine.
It's an anti-social life.
You probably have been not once in a situation where you sit in a dark room in the middle of the night, staring at a screen with a bunch of code which looks like a green code from The Matrix. Yeah, this sounds like no social life but despite this, there are moments when developers are required to communicate with others, such as clients, manager, team members, random people on stack overflow. We as developers are not as anti-social night owls as people make us out to seem. Especially me and my crazy friends. When it comes to going to parties.
Feel free to add any of your own ideas about mistaken beliefs. Have a great day!
19 hours ago
Working on a mini-project to calculate salary for employees at my workplace. This is to practice my Vanilla JS.
(Some of my colleagues had received the wrong pay and started manually calculating their pay, so I'm building this for them to use😊)
What have you been working on lately?👌🏽
1 day ago
Living that three screen dream 😎 #goldentrio
What a great start to the week. I’ve set up the @lamicall_official Gooseneck phone/tablet holder, and I’m trying SO hard not to stick Netflix on this screen 😂
Managed grab a coffee with @countryside.coder today as well which was cool. Awesome meeting others in this community (plus it was my first time meeting another techie from Instagram! Our offices are so close it seemed silly not to!) ☕️
How has the start of your week been?
3 days ago
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2 days ago
Take a moment to reflect on your growth, especially as a developer.
With the fast paced nature of work, along with the constant discomfort, it's easy to lose sight of where exactly you are in your growth process. Look at your old projects, old notes, reflect on past roles, etc. I have some friends who keep an ongoing list of every single achievement they've accomplished. Do what you need to do to create a trail, for reference.
Without enough reflection, you'll lose perspective of where you are and where you came from. A lost perspective could lead to undervaluing yourself, amongst other things. I've been caught up in this and I'm currently working on it. This process alone feels like growth.
Hope everyone is having a great week!
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22 minutes ago
Facebook is now delivering personalised ads for individual users.
Through the use of machine learning, Facebook will allow advertisers to target individual users based on their previous activities - both on and off Facebook.
The official site for the Monero digital coin was hacked to deliver currency-stealing malware to users who were downloading wallet software. The supply-chain attack came to light on Monday when a site user reported that the cryptographic hash for a command-line interface wallet downloaded from the site didn't match the hash listed on the page. Over the next several hours, users discovered that the mismatching hash wasn't the result of an error. Instead, it was an attack designed to infect GetMonero users with malware. Site officials later confirmed that finding. "It's strongly recommended to anyone who downloaded the CLI wallet from this website between Monday 18th 2:30 AM UTC and 4:30 PM UTC, to check the hashes of their binaries," GetMonero officials wrote. "If they don't match the official ones, delete the files and download them again. Do not run the compromised binaries for any reason." An analysis of the malicious Linux binary found that it added a few new functions to the legitimate one. One of the functions was called after a user opened or created a new wallet. It sent the wallet seed—which is the cryptographic secret used to access wallet funds—to a server located at node.hashmonero[.]com. The malware then sent wallet funds to the servers located at node.xmrsupport[.]co and 45.9.148[.]65. #cybersecurity#computerscience#infosec#blockchain#computerengineering#riskmanagement#encryption#IoT#AI#dataprotection#privacy#hacking#hacker#pentest#tech#datascience#code#coding#python#php#linux#java#webdev#programming#programmer#webdeveloper#digital#cloud#technology #security
I've recently finished a basic MERN stack project.
I knew how to do React before beginning the project but not how to build my own RESTful API.
You build RESTful APIs with Node, MongoDB and Express with the MERN stack. React will be the frontend portion that calls your API.
If you learn this stack, there is nothing holding you back from getting a job or even building your own business. It is a powerful technology stack to have in your skill set.
Thank you for reading 🤓