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What's your promise for 2018?

sathish profile image Sathish ・1 min read

My Promise for 2018
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Year2018.hardwork.then((success) => {
console.log('work harder');
}, (failure) => {
console.log('Never give up');
});

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Yes!

Year2018.hardwork.then((success) => {
console.log('practice more, get that dev job');
}, (failure) => {
console.log('Never give up!');
});

 
 


target('3/jan')
  .then( set => set('stop eating sugar') )
  .then(success => console.log('See how easy that was'))
let marathon = target('5am/31/dec')
  .then(set => set('run 30 mins, bike 10 mins, row 10 mins') )
  .then(repeat('3 times a week, adding 10 mins to the run each time') )
  .catch( error => {
    console.log("nice try, there's no error here,")
   marathon.then(repeat('see, you just needed a day off') )
  })
marathon
   .then(end=> {
      console.log("august: ran 42.195 kilometres")
    })
   .then(success => {
     console.log("tweet that bronze medal :) ")
    })
   .catch(error => {
      console.log("in december 2017, you could only walk for 10k, now  you can just shy of the targeted length, not bad")
   })
 

I think I'm going to try for:

const Year2018 = async () => {
try {
let success = await workHarder();
console.log(Keep working hard!);
} catch (err) {
console.log(Learn from your mistakes);
}
}

 

Hello there. This is Avin, a Senior Quality Assurance Engineer who has spent the latter half of 2017 learning Java and Python with the aim of switching career as a full time developer. My skillset includes experience as a Selenium Automation Engineer with Java as the scripting language. Almost done with my Python Foundation Nanodegree from Udacity and on the way to enroll for another one. I see 2018 as the foundation for building my career as a Data Scientist. Taught myself to play guitar in 2017 and will continue to advance my guitar skills in 2018. Excited to learn and unlearn new stuff in 2018.

 

Commit code to GitHub 365 days in a row. Created a tracker for this - github.com/plutov/yearofcommits