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JessB
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Emma Wedekind 🐞 4h
For those of you struggling to learn code: it does get easier and you can do it. The first year learning web development I had a hard time. I cried a lot and never thought I’d make it. If I can do it, so can you 😁❤️
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JessB 5h
Replying to @WomeninTechChat
Hmm. Attachment parenting (watching and waiting while child jumps in puddles). Then comes long distance running. French literature. Cooking Korean food.
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JessB 6h
Replying to @WomeninTechChat
Thanks, happy to see you are ok and back at it 💙
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JessB 6h
Haha thats crazy me too! I never knew anyone else who would admit wanting to visit a volcanic eruption :p. Thanks, my self esteem just grew. How did it inspire your career though?
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JessB 6h
Replying to @WomeninTechChat
Hey I'm Jess, a fullstack JS dev in Berlin who selftaught coding with while on maternity leave (was an academic political scientist). Im on vacation with my son but also learning and practicing .
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JessB 6h
learning local git plus connecting a remote can take only a few hours but allows great things. it will give you peace of mind and the option to deploy easily (for example push to heroku as your remote .. great for beginners)
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JessB 6h
Replying to @WomeninTechChat
A2 Kubernetes - work in progress but yeah, infrastructure as code and versioned deployments and config is amazing.
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JessB 6h
Replying to @WomeninTechChat
Healthy breakfast. I always pick up chocolate croissants. I have been to some Berlin tech star companies with breakfast bars -- great idea.
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JessB 6h
Replying to @WomeninTechChat
A4 Madeline Albright. She worked so hard for peace in the Balkans and world. On Sept. 1 2001, I started my studies to become a diplomat and continue her work. 11 days later I knew her dream and mine had died.
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Kelly Vaughn 🐞 19h
It took me 7 hours and a lot of useless Googling to figure out how to code something today. The end result was 3 lines of code. I may have 15 years of programming experience, but it's days like today that remind me I'm no different from those learning from scratch.
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JessB 12h
Replying to @Nick_Craver
I feel like we are at the moment where techological innovation is fast enough to see it unfold before your eyes but still slow enough for us humans to percieve it. Its hard to take vacation because I want to keep watching.
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Cale Teeter Apr 22
Replying to @Nick_Craver
Vacation, is that a new node library?
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CambridgeWIT 14h
Take the 2019 Women’s Sat Nav to Success Survey to be part of the solution to the gender pay gap
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Smarter Together 15h
appreciates all the work done by the EU!
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JessB 16h
R1D32: Reading the chapter plus its cited tweets on managed vs selfhosted options. The book says usually don't attempt selfhosting.
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JessB Apr 22
thanks to for the tip on this book..its so clearly written and actually answering all the open questions i had on the ecosystem. lots of info from the developer perspective too 💙💙
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JessB Apr 22
Replying to @BekahHW
so far yes, im convinced. i like the ability to use versioning for all aspects of deployments and the infrastructure as code is easy for devs to get
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JessB Apr 22
Replying to @BekahHW
Trying to keep learning Kubernetes in free time as my vacation ends and I get back to work coding.
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JessB Apr 22
Anyone help out Kathryn? What would you want as the interviewer?
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JessB Apr 22
Quite an interesting read for me as I start learning to get a practical feel for how it can be used to run many connected on a big scale
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