Chingu Weekly Update Vol. 129
Shout-outs & Showcases
🔥 🔥CONGRATULATIONS Kodigo students on completing your projects and having a successful Demo Day event. Can’t wait to showcase these projects!
🔥 Big shout out to @MasihTak who led a 2-part roundtable presentation on CyberSecurity last week!
💻 Also a (late) shout-out to @silentkdev & @ZumDeWald for their pair programming session converting an existing Express/NodeJS app to Next!
🔥 Voyage 27 will be starting on February 1st, 2021!
🔥 As always, we’re matching people for pair-programming sessions this week. Checkout #chingu-news in Discord to find the link to sign-up!
🔥 Voyage 26 started last and
Overheard in Chingu
let me know when that PR is ready or if you need anything to help with that. I’m excited to get in there and re-factor them quiz pages!
I approved your Layout change. I tried to find something small to complain about, but it looks good
how is the formatter not picking up these issues
How are you today?
pregnant as always
Bam, remote pregnancy. The future is amazing
well I cheated during my vacation — I dared working on my solo project(s). they might never forgive me tehehehe
omg omg omg. Backend started basket on backend. That means I’m soon doing programming again!
That sounds like Viking spy stuff ….
Where do I sign up?
“Søren, the golden goose flies at midnight.” -Royal Denmark National Military People
Sweden invasion begins!
I mean, eh.. gifts for sweden, yay!
gifts === sticks // returns true
this article is spot on. This guy mentions that too. A senior is one who provides value to the company, but more likely one who would provide more than a junior would.(edited)
this guy honestly sounds just like me haha
The criteria for becoming a senior engineer at a ten-person startup will be different from a FAANG company.
To give that perspective, there is a process for checking the right boxes as everything is data driven. When you want to go to next level, ask your manager to plan projects that take you to it. Without this you’ll keep delivering projects of same level and not be able to use that data much. Like I saw some people working too much on automating operations task but not enough features or vis versa. Once they and you think that you are ready, assessment is done. A senior from another organisation accesses your code and system designs. Then feedback is collected from many of your peers. All this goes to someone up the hierarchy, who finally approves or declines it based on data.
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