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Max Krieg
Software Engineer . Thoughts are my own.
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Max Krieg Feb 18
As a software engineer I align more with the word “build” rather than “create”. For some reason I like the idea that I build things better than I create things.
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Pluralsight Feb 18
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Max Krieg Feb 17
Replying to @MaxwellKrieg
There is also "npm run" which lists all available scripts. Both better than "cat package.json" followed by lots of *scroll* *scroll* *scroll* *squint*
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Max Krieg Feb 17
Just discovered "ntl" (), a nice little cli helper for finding/running package.json scripts in your project.
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Max Krieg Feb 13
I'm beginning to realize how valuable virtual diagramming skills are as a remote team member. The ability to quickly put together visuals using tools like , google drawings, (or even ascii!) etc, is so incredibly important.
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Max Krieg Feb 13
Replying to @tylerfortune8
Dude, you're on a roll.
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Neil deGrasse Tyson Feb 8
Internet search engines have a way of affirming your hypothesis, no matter what you have hypothesized.
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Max Krieg Feb 3
Recommendation: Material Icon Theme for . Neat icons that make your tree view pop. Only downside so far is that many of my files get the icon. Time to add a nest icon in their set??
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Max Krieg Feb 2
At that point I think it all depends on preference of the team, practices of the company, demands of the domain/user, etc as to what makes most sense.
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Max Krieg Feb 2
Those are some great points. Things I will def keep in mind on my journey! There is a LOT of magic to nest. Seems the journey of most tech that they start out pretty barebones and over time gain more "magical" frameworks.
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Max Krieg Feb 1
Currently the project is server side only, but I’d be interested in pairing it with react on a future project.
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Max Krieg Feb 1
Also enjoying more prescriptive framework that helps a team not worry about patterns as much. I can see it maintaining more consistent architecture/patterns over the long term.
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Max Krieg Feb 1
Yes I totally agree. That arch has felt too sprawling on front end but feels better server side.
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Max Krieg Feb 1
Kind of enjoying a strongly opinionated framework in after having worked on diff node apps that all have diff approaches. Takes away all the constant back and forth around style/patterns among a team which can be fatiguing.
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Max Krieg Feb 1
I have preferred approach with logic and view layer all in one file. It’s felt more natural and easier to think in components for me. Angular has felt too sprawling in comparison. But taking angular patterns and applying them on server side w node feels like a better fit.
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Max Krieg Jan 31
As a fan rather than I’m surprised how much I like so far.
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Max Krieg Jan 30
Accurate depiction of how I greet my wife every evening after work:
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Max Krieg Jan 30
Proposal for a new name for Thursday: “Friday Eve”
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Max Krieg Jan 9
I have recently changed teams at my company and am now a padawan in training. Feeling thankful and excited for the opportunity to continue growing my skills and my career.
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Max Krieg Jan 8
For those wanting to take their understanding of Node.js to the next level, I highly recommend 's course on : "Advanced Node.js". I am having a 🤯 moment every 5 minutes...
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