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I am an architect turned software engineer - which isn't as odd as it sounds, considering I find many similarities between the two fields in my day-to-day work.
As I am currently focused on expanding my knowledge of Typescript, I am looking forward to sharing my thoughts and experiences with the community here.
And to answer the question about music: definitely listening while coding, especially some trip hop, ambient and electronic music. Unless I'm on a tight deadline - then I'm listening to Dunkirk soundtrack 😉
Hi, I'm Junhong and I'm new here too. 😁 I think your finding is interesting. What do you think the most similarity between architect and development? My guess is that I needs to draw the big picture carefully?
Hey, sorry for the late answer - missed the notification! I'm actually writing a blog post exactly about this topic, will share on dev.to soon ; )
Welcome! Also, great music choices.
Nice sharing. Stay in touch 😉
Hey! I am new here as well. I am also curious how do you find these two fields different/similar – what is the biggest similarity between two?
Hey, thanks for asking! I'm actually writing a blog post exactly about this topic, will share on dev.to soon ; )
Glad to hear about you. And I am also happy that we share similar interest. I would really happy to hear more about you.:)
Hello, I am Apoorva. I am a Software Engineer. I am passionate about machine learning and I have started writing articles on the same a couple of days back. I am here as I want to learn and share my findings as well on different interesting stuff 😌
Hi there 👋🏻 Machine Learning is such an interesting topic, looking forward to reading your articles 😊
Thank you 😊
Welcome to the DEV community!
Hey everyone! I'm Mitchell and I'm a Software Development Engineer currently based in Vancouver, Canada.
I'm new to the industry and I'm looking for ways to continue learning post-graduation, ideally working on projects related to urbanism, urban planning and land use analysis where I can leverage my tech background. I was hoping to be able to find likeminded people on here!
Hey! Nice to meet you! I think the use of tech in urban planning and land use is incredibly fascinating.
To follow up on Maegan's question--what's your stack?
Also, what is a specific project you're really into right now--whether it be your own, or an external project being done elsewhere?
Howdy! What type of stack do you work with?
Hello, my name is Raphael from Nigeria, upcoming Front-end web developer 😁, passionate about web development and seeking for improvement.
I do like listening to music while coding, mostly classicals and Enya songs.
Looking forward to meeting new Friends. 😎
Welcome to the community Raphael!
Big fan of that gif 😁
I usually don't listen to anything while coding, which I think is the unpopular choice. If I do, it's almost always an album or a single track on repeat.
For example, I literally played K/DA - POP/STARS on repeat for probably three weeks straight.
I also play the same couple songs on repeat for a BIG WHILE until I decide it's time for a change. I don't mind, but it drives my girlfriend mad if we're working side by side! lol
Have you played it on Beat Saber?
I haven't, although I did watch a video of it. Looked like fun!
I would be glad to hear similar from you.
We are on same page, will be glad to learn from you both
I'm also learning Vue.js right now and loving it.
That's awesome, would you like to share resources?
I'm doing a course on Udemy, as well as reading articles on here to learn.
The Vue.js docs are a good place to start, and also here is a list of various awesome vue resources: github.com/vuejs/awesome-vue
Thanks so much, I'm definitely checking this out👍
I’m Joel and I’m a frontend web developer at studio chriate in Melbourne, Australia.
I mostly build complex custom WordPress websites for a range of clients and in my spare time... I still code 😅
I joined up as I kept coming across this site in Google search results and decided I needed to become a part of this awesome community.
Looking forward to spending time here.
Hey, I'm Colin. I work in a newsroom, making whatever's required to tell stories in innovative / engaging ways. I reckon this is a good place to share the learnings I make that would be a bit short for a blog post, but a shame to not document in some form. I hope we enjoy hanging out together ✨
I started with projects of my own and went on to help others like the Order of the Serpent, Positive Education and Nationwide.
Since I am currently focused on improving with TypeScript, Angular and AWS, I look forward to learning from posts here and sharing some of my thoughts.
The Order of the Serpent? As in this Order of the Serpent? orderoftheserpent.org/
For TypeScript, I found these series of articles very useful: medium.com/@wittydeveloper/typescr...
Welcome to dev.to!
Yes. That is correct. I got really interested in the Left Hand Path after deploying the CRUD comparative religion app, Hypatia. So back in 2017, I came across a group of users on Reddit that wanted to migrate from Religious Forums to their own space. And that's where the Order of the Serpent started.
Also, thanks for the resource. I'll take a look at it.
Hey everybody, how's it going?
I'm Karen. Expat Front-end Engineer in Amsterdam, Netherlands.
Currently transitioning to a new job.
I have worked with
react(now) and fortunately don't plan to switch to anything yet.
I just finished bootstrapping my first, long overdue personal blog/website with
and am currently looking into practicing more advanced
Check out more on me here and please feel free to contact me and say hi, I am always open for a good friendly exchange over js :)
Mitesh Sharma here. Neewbie to web development but the advanced nature of web components and its inclusion in Salesforce Lightning brought me here and piqued my interest in Web components. I am thankful to @bennypowers to introducing me to such a nice community here.
Happy to be here and excited to learn from all fellow developers...
Hello, I’m Oliver, I am a full stack developer at a company which fights blood cancer.
I learned coding myself when I was eleven years old. Since 2011 I work as a software developer in different fields. But I didn’t learned as much about how valuable clean code is or about the social part and politics of software development as I currently do.
dev.to is a big knowledge base where I found many very useful and interesting article which helped me to get through a mentally rough time.
Most of the time I listen to classical music but
Interstellar by Hans Zimmer helps me to get really focused, so I listen to this song for a few hours on repeat.
Sounds like an interesting company that you work for, and I'm glad the dev.to community helped you through a rough time.
Hopefully some time you can share some articles or thoughts on the value of clean code :)
Hi everyone, I'm Sebastian from Patagonia argentina (born in Viedma, living in Bahía Blanca). I've been a software engineer for one year and a follower of the community for almost 2 years.
I decide to become an active member because the people in DEV help me a lot during my time as a student and continue doing it in my professional career, so I would like to give something back.
Currently I,m working mostly with Angular and .NetCore. I'm a Linux user so I'm looking for open source projects to make some contribution.
I love listening to music while I'm programming (and in every other moment), I also love rugby.
Hi, my name is Heather. Previously a developer, moved to software testing and automation and now I work as a community manager for a software testing community :)
I'm trying to get my toes wet with some Python as it has always been a language that was recommended to me but I never had the need for it in my roles. Now I have some time to experiment I think it's time to see how I get on with it.
Definitely listen to music while coding. Depending on the task, either the testers rage playlist on spotify or more upbeat "you can do it" music.
Hi Heather! Welcome to Dev.to! Let me know if you have any questions about the site -- or Python!
Currently am digging deeper in to angular for my new job. i like asking question as well as answering others question.
problem solving is the one skill i want to develop as a programmer and am working on it. thanks all.
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