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Žane Suhadolnik Ask Me Anything

1) The best was all the technology I got to learn. It was my first proper job in tech so the learning curve was very sharp. Also I got to spend time with some amazing people who thought me everything from business to technology.

2) There wasn't really a definitive thing that was the worst. Probably the times where I had to come in VERY early and leave VERY late and have no help with certain problems, that stuff gets frustrating. Also the people. Some people are awesome, others not so much.

3) I'm using VS code currently and am writing a bunch of VueJS because I found that it's simple to understand for someone who doesn't have a whole lot of experience with frameworks. Other languages include HTML5, CSS3 and a bit of C#.

4) Being a relative newbie I haven't really been exposed to a whole lot of stuff. I think every tech has a place and solves a problem. But if I had to chose I would go with NPM (I know it's release was in 2010). It solves just as many problems as it creates.

Thank you! :D