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Chingu Weekly Update vol. 135

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Shout-outs & Showcases

🔥 Congratulations @leonyangela on getting a job as a Front-end Developer!

🔥 Reminder: Voyage 28 will be starting on March 1st!

🔥 As always, we’re matching people for pair-programming sessions this week. Checkout #chingu-news in Discord to find the link to sign-up!

🗣 Calling all beta testers & anyone willing to provide feedback on a new Chingu program!

I’m currently working on a free accountability program for self-taught developers and would love to do some beta testing / chatting with anyone willing to help out.

If interested, please fill out this form and I’ll reach out with more info:https://forms.gle/BPMZhfJFA6R7V8339

Overheard in Chingu

A: “Hey, but your foot is bleeding” B: “Who cares! Do you see this dead pixel?? Do YOU SEE IT?”

I tripped, fell down the stairs, and broke a wrist once after receiving an early morning support call from the Help Desk. Does that count as a Developer injury?

Worst injury I’ll get is like.. dropping a computer over my foot In which case, I’ll prob. check the PC before my own foot.

Developer priorities

Hello everyone. Great day to you

guess who saw a cute baby today

NOT programming related at all, but randomly found this emotional/inspirational video on Youtube, in Danish. Turns out that there’s an English version. Also, lets you hear what Danish sounds like

Just wanted to share it

I am SO happy today I’ve been anxious a while about the new job, since it said I had to have some extend of backend knowledge. Got word from future team lead today that they generally don’t want me to do any backend, since they “have people who loves that weird stuff”. I just have to know how data is passed around etc. — nothing more

I did warn them in advance that I really knew 0 backend stuff, and they said it was fine .. Was still a bit anxious though

LOL

that weird stuff?

how dare they

Made me laugh a little. Frontend team lead with big F

Resources of the Week

VISUALIZING GIT

Eric Zumwalt kindly shared this resource with the community:

“This came in handy when trying to help others visualize Git It does not allow for things like ‘git status’, but is great for understanding commits, branches, merging, and rebase”

Quotes to Go

The creation of a single project… 😛

Before you Go!

You can learn more about Chingu & how to join us at https://chingu.io

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