Hopefully showing that these massively influential people started just like everyone else, and if they made it, you can too!
This week we have with us Natalia Tepluhina (A.K.A @N_Tepluhina on Twitter) , part of the Vue.js core team, Sr. Front-end developer at GitLab and all around awesome human being.
Let's take a look at what she had to say, shall we?
I am a Vue.js core team member and a Senior Frontend Engineer at GitLab.
I have a master's degree in Computer Science
Also, I am a conference speaker and author of articles on different topics related to Vue.js . Thanks to this activities I've got a title of Google Developer Expert in Web Technologies.
I was 13 and it was BASIC.
Around 4 years
I wanted to change my career from DBA to Frontend Engineer
Type coercion >.<
(Note from Fernando: Completely agree here, and again the same key feature from JS being highlighted as one of the best).
Build something. Reading tutorials and listening to courses is great, but without building / failing/ building again you can't learn the language.
I think freeCodeCamp is good to start
It's definitely the best framework from the 'big three' to learn
Jean Grey aka Phoenix
What did you think?
Leave your comments below if you have any questions for her or comments about her answers!
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