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Leora Wenger
Web Developer, Drupal 8 enthusiast, design systems student, New Jersey networker, mom, wife, artist
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Leora Wenger 13h
Replying to @hashim_warren
And the "magic" testing tool is?
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Leora Wenger 20h
Replying to @pickleat @gatsbyjs
Yup, me, too! (another one - I do the `git -m commit "foo bar"` before doing the `git add .` and nothing gets committed ... )
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Leora Wenger 20h
Replying to @pickleat
Good luck, Andy! This is a cheer-you-on kind of tweet.
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Leora Wenger Jul 11
Central New Jersey Web Developer meetup in Princeton - we talked about WordPress security, Drupal Views custom text for rewriting fields ... you have to add the labels
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Leora Wenger Jul 9
Replying to @pickleat
Can't like that one.😣
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Leora Wenger Jul 8
Replying to @lpnotes
You got a frame, you got perspective, some variety of color and values, you captured my interest!
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Leora Wenger Jul 8
Replying to @artyyah
Flannery O'Connor gets a brief mention for her illness ... one of my favorite authors.
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Leora Wenger Jul 7
Another good tutorial on my to do list - Using Your First Gatsby Theme
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Leora Wenger Jul 7
Replying to @CodeNewbies
A2: Need a new road map for myself for when I finish my current contract job. Maybe learn Node.js? Do more React apps? Do short tutorials? Connect with a few good recruiters?
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Leora Wenger Jul 7
Replying to @CodeNewbies
A1: Worked on client site (built with Gatsby). Just need to get some images from her - almost done!
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Leora Wenger Jul 7
Thank you - good review for me! I also need to get stronger at spewing out these basic ideas. Need even more review reduce() - as you said, that's the most complicated of the 3.
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Leora Wenger Jul 4
On my to do list for August: learn how to set up a project without depending on create-react-app (good place to start if you haven't learned it yet) thank you
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Leora Wenger Jul 3
Replying to @BekahHW @CodeNewbies
Regarding 3: helps to spend a little money on stuff like a Udemy course. And one needs a decent laptop. And then gas to drive to meetups, freelance gigs, other transportation. But compared to medical or law school, that is not much.
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Leora Wenger Jul 3
Replying to @CodeNewbies
A3: 1) you get to use your brain 2) you can get a job (this part is not easy, be forewarned) 3) some coding is visual, which works well for us visual types
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Leora Wenger Jul 3
I've tried to explain to people the kind of support I have found on Twitter, especially for learning code ... they just don't get it ... yeah, it is true, and a good hashtag helps get u the right support
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Leora Wenger Jul 3
Replying to @CodeNewbies
A2: paycheck - I like getting one. I also like the people in my current job, the people in Central NJ Web Dev meetup group, the people in community. And a challenging project helps prevent Alzheimers.
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Leora Wenger Jul 3
Replying to @wblancha
Keep going! You can do it ... you have determined sound ... does encouragement help?
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Leora Wenger Jul 3
Replying to @CodeNewbies
A1: my father (who was a progranmer) said it was like games, which I liked. And I did not think female coders wear panty hose, which I dislike (they make me itch).
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Leora Wenger Jul 2
Replying to @pickleat
I did like it, the few hours that I tried. The head developer where I am currently used it for a courses look up. But I am still trying to get good at . Is knowing enough to build a small app enough to get you employed?
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Leora Wenger Jul 2
Replying to @SandyBodzin @NJTRANSIT
So should I drive again tomorrow? I took an uber pool home yesterday because of . When all goes smoothly, I do like the train. Route 1 traffic is crazy.
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