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  • IT’S GIVEAWAY TIME
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As you guys may already know. I was invited to attend the Vuejs Amsterdam conference next month. What you guys don’t know is that you might be going with me as well. Keep reading this post, and don’t miss this out!
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Vuejs is one of the most amazing open source JS frameworks for front-end development. Component-based, lightweight, and virtual DOM are just a couple of the attributes Vuejs has to offer and believe me if you are a front-end developer and haven’t tried this framework yet, you don't know how simpler your projects could be. ➖➖➖
So in order to keep yourself in the loop and learn a tone about this awesome framework at the largest Vuejs conference, I have partnered with @vuejsamsterdam to raffle a 1-day ticket to one lucky winner. Come on, it can’t get better. 20+speakers, Evan You (the founder of vuejs) will be there and we can talk about frontend all day long. ➖➖➖
To participate: Follow both me and @vuejsamsterdam , like this post and comment a reason why you would like to attend the conference. Plus in order to have double chances to win, post a picture and explain further why would you like to go. I will reveal the winner of the ticket on January 30th. Best of luck.
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Also: If you already bought your ticket, still participate, the event will refund you the price if you win. Amazing, right? ➖➖➖
The raffle ticket is a 1-day ticket - Being the main one with Evan You’s big talk and of course loads of other amazing content for you to absorb as much as possible from it. ➖➖➖
So what are you waiting for?
  • IT’S GIVEAWAY TIME
    💸💸💸
    As you guys may already know. I was invited to attend the Vuejs Amsterdam conference next month. What you guys don’t know is that you might be going with me as well. Keep reading this post, and don’t miss this out!
    ➖➖➖
    Vuejs is one of the most amazing open source JS frameworks for front-end development. Component-based, lightweight, and virtual DOM are just a couple of the attributes Vuejs has to offer and believe me if you are a front-end developer and haven’t tried this framework yet, you don't know how simpler your projects could be. ➖➖➖
    So in order to keep yourself in the loop and learn a tone about this awesome framework at the largest Vuejs conference, I have partnered with @vuejsamsterdam to raffle a 1-day ticket to one lucky winner. Come on, it can’t get better. 20+speakers, Evan You (the founder of vuejs) will be there and we can talk about frontend all day long. ➖➖➖
    To participate: Follow both me and @vuejsamsterdam , like this post and comment a reason why you would like to attend the conference. Plus in order to have double chances to win, post a picture and explain further why would you like to go. I will reveal the winner of the ticket on January 30th. Best of luck.
    ➖➖➖
    Also: If you already bought your ticket, still participate, the event will refund you the price if you win. Amazing, right? ➖➖➖
    The raffle ticket is a 1-day ticket - Being the main one with Evan You’s big talk and of course loads of other amazing content for you to absorb as much as possible from it. ➖➖➖
    So what are you waiting for?
  • 1,318 16 13 January, 2019
  • First on-call period of 2019 🔥 The concept of being “on call” is pretty standard for most tech companies: field incoming incidents to the required teams, deal with anything that’s on fire in a timely manner, etc. ⠀
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I think the scariest part of an on-call process for most of us is the prospect of being in a situation where you aren’t sure what to do. I don’t think I slept my first on-call session, for fear of missing a @pagerduty page and it waking my manager haha. But, when you have a team that’s encouraging and willing to help you learn and grow, the jitters quickly vanish and you just get ready to get shit done and continue to learn from challenges and experiences. ⠀
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Ages ago, I worked with a couple of senior developers that really did not subscribe to the philosophy of helping a team grow. And it was difficult. I felt afraid to ask questions - was often belittled when I did - and I could feel it stunt my growth. We were all (or are currently) junior at some point and when an individual in a team succeeds, the entire team succeeds. You meet deadlines. You build trust. You learn from each other. ⠀
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If you’re a junior right now - don’t be afraid to raise your hand and ask questions. If you’re mentoring or managing a team, remember that you’re making a huge contribution to the career growth of those that report to you. ⠀
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I’ve seen the toll that a lack of trust takes on teams. Be good to each other 🖤⠀
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  • First on-call period of 2019 🔥 The concept of being “on call” is pretty standard for most tech companies: field incoming incidents to the required teams, deal with anything that’s on fire in a timely manner, etc. ⠀

    I think the scariest part of an on-call process for most of us is the prospect of being in a situation where you aren’t sure what to do. I don’t think I slept my first on-call session, for fear of missing a @pagerduty page and it waking my manager haha. But, when you have a team that’s encouraging and willing to help you learn and grow, the jitters quickly vanish and you just get ready to get shit done and continue to learn from challenges and experiences. ⠀

    Ages ago, I worked with a couple of senior developers that really did not subscribe to the philosophy of helping a team grow. And it was difficult. I felt afraid to ask questions - was often belittled when I did - and I could feel it stunt my growth. We were all (or are currently) junior at some point and when an individual in a team succeeds, the entire team succeeds. You meet deadlines. You build trust. You learn from each other. ⠀

    If you’re a junior right now - don’t be afraid to raise your hand and ask questions. If you’re mentoring or managing a team, remember that you’re making a huge contribution to the career growth of those that report to you. ⠀

    I’ve seen the toll that a lack of trust takes on teams. Be good to each other 🖤⠀




    #programmerrepublic #peoplewithlaptops #hacker #cybersecurity #programmerlife #coding #womenintech #womeninsecurity #infosec #hacking #womenwhocode #macbook
  • 1,682 51 17 January, 2019

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  • In honor of MLK day let's not forget the others who have contributed to our community. Let's all post something of others who influenced the community. Carver ranches an area in Hollywood fl was named after a black successful scientist George Washington Carver. I'll leave it at that and for those of you unaware research and share knowledge. The seeds you plant will grow into trees tomorrow.
  • In honor of MLK day let's not forget the others who have contributed to our community. Let's all post something of others who influenced the community. Carver ranches an area in Hollywood fl was named after a black successful scientist George Washington Carver. I'll leave it at that and for those of you unaware research and share knowledge. The seeds you plant will grow into trees tomorrow.
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  • Repost @estefanniegg 10 things you don't know about me!!! First nominated by @codingblonde ♥️ .
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🇺🇲 🇲🇽 🇩🇰 I've lived in USA, Mexico, and Denmark. My favorite? Texas. .
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👁️ I have a hole in my retina. It could detach so I fear of going blind in one eye. I had to stop playing tennis because of it. .
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👼 My best friend passed away, I think about him everyday. .
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🇯🇵 I learnt Japanese at 18. .
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🎌 I forgot Japanese at 21. .
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🥖🇫🇷 I learnt French at 15, I still know French.
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🎸 I learned to play the guitar at 8 and played almost all of the Beatles' songs. .
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🎤 I wanted to be Madonna when I was 5, then I wanted a heavy metal band, then I was in a punk band at 17, and then I learnt piano at 19. That's it for my music career.
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🎥 I wanted to be a filmmaker, I went to film school for a year.
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🏠 I come from a broken home. But everyone's cool. .
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🎓👩‍💻 I founded the CSGirls (Computer Science Girls organization) at my University back in 2013
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#coding #programmerlife #programmerrepublic #programmer #software #programming #buildtheweb #cityscape #wroclaw #cafe #worklifebalance
  • Repost @estefanniegg 10 things you don't know about me!!! First nominated by @codingblonde ♥️ .
    .
    🇺🇲 🇲🇽 🇩🇰 I've lived in USA, Mexico, and Denmark. My favorite? Texas. .
    .
    👁️ I have a hole in my retina. It could detach so I fear of going blind in one eye. I had to stop playing tennis because of it. .
    .
    👼 My best friend passed away, I think about him everyday. .
    .
    🇯🇵 I learnt Japanese at 18. .
    .
    🎌 I forgot Japanese at 21. .
    .
    🥖🇫🇷 I learnt French at 15, I still know French.
    .
    🎸 I learned to play the guitar at 8 and played almost all of the Beatles' songs. .
    .
    🎤 I wanted to be Madonna when I was 5, then I wanted a heavy metal band, then I was in a punk band at 17, and then I learnt piano at 19. That's it for my music career.
    .
    🎥 I wanted to be a filmmaker, I went to film school for a year.
    .
    🏠 I come from a broken home. But everyone's cool. .
    .
    🎓👩‍💻 I founded the CSGirls (Computer Science Girls organization) at my University back in 2013
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    #coding #programmerlife #programmerrepublic #programmer #software #programming #buildtheweb #cityscape #wroclaw #cafe #worklifebalance
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