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bio website usmanity.com
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web dev.


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awarded  Yearling
Jun
22
comment What's a good “toolset” of languages, frameworks, and anything else I need as an entry developer?
I have finally discovered the amazing power of version control and it saves my time and keeps stress away a lot! @jon2512chua, I don't know where to start looking for unit tests, any good links you've got?
Jun
22
comment What's a good “toolset” of languages, frameworks, and anything else I need as an entry developer?
I have started to gain some insight as I look between different languages. I have recently started reading and playing with rails, it's definitely a cool DSL but are there any other languages in the same category?
Jun
22
accepted What's a good “toolset” of languages, frameworks, and anything else I need as an entry developer?
May
8
comment how to use version control
As an everyday user of Git, I'd like to add that it's extremely easy and intuitive to pick up the essential commands. And the support for it is great so you won't be lost when you look for help. I've used SVN but it wasn't as easy for me but it might be okay for a lot of users.
May
8
accepted How do I showcase my work experience in programming?
Nov
7
awarded  Teacher
Oct
27
awarded  Commentator
Oct
27
comment How do I showcase my work experience in programming?
Ok that's a bit reassuring in a weird way. If I stick to what I'm doing because I like it, I'm bound to be more enthusiastic than most people...
Oct
26
answered How do I not undersell myself when looking for a job, while remaining honest?
Oct
26
comment How do I showcase my work experience in programming?
Hmm...yeah I've started to learn and read about this a lot lately. I always make sure I'm honest about what I know and don't know. I just thought I wouldn't stand a chance against anyone who's been programming for 5-10 years more than I have even though I have a lot of enthusiasm toward the job/skill and also the languages required. Thanks! :)
Oct
26
comment Any other guides out there like Why's Guide to Ruby and Learn You Haskell?
Currently I'm learning Ruby's syntax actively and want to keep going with that and I think you're right because I've seen a lot of books and after reading half the book, I feel like I've just learned a lot about the author and less about programming. What do you mean by metaprogramming concepts?
Oct
24
awarded  Editor
Oct
24
revised How do I showcase my work experience in programming?
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Oct
24
comment How do I showcase my work experience in programming?
What about git hosting? Like I can include a link to the hosted project as a get repo? Because I've read a few times that "git is your resume" but wasn't sure to follow up on that.
Oct
24
comment How do I showcase my work experience in programming?
Oh yeah, I have my CV updated and I guess I thought developers would also need a 'portfolio' because it looks all good on one page.
Oct
24
asked How do I showcase my work experience in programming?
Oct
7
comment Any other guides out there like Why's Guide to Ruby and Learn You Haskell?
Javascript is great and I hear, think, feel, and believe that it runs the internet (this might not be true but it sure feels like it). I'm glad ruby's an OO language then, I wasn't sure if I was getting a full experience of learning a programming language. And this python glad, I appreciate it! I will be reading it ASAP!
Oct
7
asked Any other guides out there like Why's Guide to Ruby and Learn You Haskell?
Oct
6
awarded  Supporter