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Paid off my student loans. Feeling free for 2020. 😎

 
 

I had to source for another skill outside data science, which is becoming a Django full stack web developer.. So this year, I have been able to build different web application for myself and clients.most importantly that has deeply change my belief system.. That there is no limit to what I can achieve

 

I got an intern offer from Google for the Summer 2020. And I just wrote a post about it: dev.to/szl0072/i-got-an-intern-off...

 
 

Professionally? Well, there are a few, actually:

  1. Finally started my own blog, which is an idea I was playing around with for about a decade

  2. Joined the Dev community

  3. Learned a bunch of new stuff

  4. Published an open source project on GitHub, and published my first public Nuget package for it

 
 

Being made redundant, as a senior dev, and using that to springboard me into a software architect role, which I love! πŸ’•

 
Classic DEV Post from Jul 26 '19

🎩 JavaScript Enhanced Scss mixins! 🎩 concepts explained

In the next post we are going to explore CSS @apply to supercharge what we talk about here....

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I'm working on an Open Source temporal NoSQL document storage system called SirixDB written in Java (and a module in Kotlin) in my spare time.

dev.to now has dark theme. 🌝

Go to the "misc" section of your settings and select night theme

P.S. You can also change font to sans serif, which a lot of folks prefer. πŸ’–

P.P.S. It's also the best place to talk code amongst thoughtful developers, and it's totally open source