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🚨 NUNCA digas "NO" cuando en una entrevista te pregunten:

¿Tienes preguntas?
➡️ No es una inocente pregunta, es para probar si tienes interés.

💬 Algunas ideas de preguntas, HILO 🧵

#devjobs #codenewbie #100daysofcode
¿Cuántos son en el equipo?
¿Cuál es el tech stack?
¿Usan agile, waterfall, otro?
¿Qué control de versiones?
¿Tienen unit e integration tests?
¿Cómo se componen los equipo?
¿Qué sistema de tracking usan?
¿Qué herramientas de comunicación?
¿La mayoría usa mac o windows?
- ¿Cómo evitan el burnout de los empleados?
- ¿Cómo miden el éxito de una persona en esta posición en sus primeros meses?
- ¿Cuánto tiempo pasa desde que aprueba un feature hasta que ese código llega a producción?
- ¿Podría nombrar tres metas del equipo en 2022?

Por @kamihack
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📌 24 Array Methods in JavaScript:

Mega Thread 🧵 👇

#LearnToCode #CodeNewbie
1) concat():

🔹 Concatenates (joins) two or more arrays.

🔹 Returns a new array, containing the joined arrays.

🔹 Does not change the existing arrays.
2) copyWithin():

🔹 Copies array elements to another position in the array.

🔹 Overwrites the existing values.

🔹 Does not add items to the array.
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💰 ¿Se puede ganar dinero mientras aprendes a programar?

@stackuphq es la nueva plataforma donde aprendes a programar mientras te pagan y conectas con una comunidad global de #developers.

Te explico en el hilo 🧵

❤️ Ayudame con RT

#CodeNewbie #100daysofcode
Regístrate GRATIS y aprende 👇🏼

- #HTML
- #Web3
- #Phyton
- #Rust
- #Go

¡Puedes ganar dinero de un fondo común de al menos $30,000 USD por mes!
Para sumarte, solo tienes que hacer esto:

- Entra a: app.stackup.dev
- Regístrate con mi código de acceso temprano: “fmontes”

CLICK AQUI: bit.ly/3Pa4YrP 👈🏼
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📌 10 CSS Selectors You Must Know

Thread 🧵👇

#100DaysOfCode #CodeNewbie Image
1⃣ Universal Selector ( * ) : Selects all elements. Image
2⃣ General Sibling Combinator ( X ~ Y) : Selects Y if it follows the X, and are children of the same parent element. Image
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🔴 Computer Vision Tutorial 4️⃣: Edge detection
🟡 Jupyter Notebook 📒 in second tweet.

Check this out 👇

#programming #MachineLearning #DataScience #pythonprogramming #CodeNewbie #pythoncode #100daysofcode #pythontricks #pythonprojects #100daysofcodechallenge #python #opencv
🔵 Find Jupyter Notebook 📒 ⬇️
github.com/patchy631/twit…
Hope you enjoyed reading!! 📖

Follow me if you are interested in:
✅ Python 🐍
✅ Machine learning 🤖
✅ Computer Vision 🎥
✅ MlOps ⚒️

Retweet 🔁 the first tweet 🐥 .
Cheers!! 🍻
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"I'm struggling to understand <topic>.
No matter how much I try, I can't get it"

As I've been getting to know the #Pythonverse on Twitter better in recent weeks, I've seen this common theme recur often from beginners

If this is you, read on…
👇🪡🧵

#Python #codenewbie #coding
It's not just you.

This is the norm, not the exception

There are a number of reasons why this happens.

Here are some of them…
〰️
You may be learning a topic a bit too early.

Some topics need a good understanding of other concepts before you can fully grasp them.

#ObjectOrientedProgramming is one such area. Many beginners try to learn this topic before they've fully mastered the basics…
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What frustrates you most when learning to code from books, tutorials, or video courses?

I’ll start… 🧵🪡

#coding #python #learntocode #100daysofcode
1. The instructor cannot understand what a beginner knows and doesn’t know, and assume some things are basic when they’re not for a beginner.
2. “It clearly follows that…”
When following a tutorial, key steps are skipped which are not trivial for a beginner.
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Who's Monty & what's a White Room got to do with *truly* understanding concepts in #Python #coding?

What’s more challenging in the early days when you learn coding is to join the dots between various topics you learn, viewing them as a coherent set of tools

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#100daysofcode Image
Here's The White Room analogy in brief:

I call the computer program Monty.

Monty is the one who’s busy doing things, performing all the actions required in your computer program.
But Monty/the computer program needs some infrastructure to be able to operate.

This infrastructure is the White Room: an empty room with white walls and white ceilings–a blank canvas.
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💚 Day 1️⃣0️⃣0️⃣ / 1️⃣0️⃣0️⃣ Master in CSS Design series!

💥 Today we going to host our website on @Netlify

→ Implement smooth scrolling using just CSS.

→ Implement nav links with a particular section.

#100DaysOfCode
#CodeNewbie
#webdev

Let me explain!🧵👇 Image
📌 Remember there are 3 sections in our existing project.

→ Hero section
→ Project section
→ Footer section

⛔ When we click on header links then I want to access these particular sections. Image
📌 First of all, we have to add an ID in the section of the webpage.

👀 See the image! Image
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Okay guys let's go....

1. It takes time and practice to grab this tech thing especially coding, be patient and committed.

2. When the frustration pile up due to errors, take your mind of it and go do something else- walk, small talks etc. Go let out steam!

#CodeNewbie
3. There are two group of people,
a. Those made by institutions they pass through, they capitalize on the name of these institutions to establish their value, e.g I went to Harvard, I worked as Analyst at Chase Bank etc... 👇
#CodeNewbies
4.
b. The second group of individuals who make the institutions they passed/pass through. They define the value of these institutions and proceed to building it. A typical example here in Nigeria is Afikpo Chic and how she got elected via a party with no records...
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What are the Conditional Statements in #JavaScript?

Thread🧵
🟡What is a Conditional Statement?

Very often when you write code, you want to perform different actions for different decisions.

Conditional statements control behavior in JavaScript and determine whether or not pieces of code can run.
🟡We use "if" to specify a block of code to be executed, if a specified condition is true.

🟡We use "else" to specify a block of code to be executed, if the same condition is false

🟡We use "else if" to specify a new condition to test, if the first condition is false.
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👉 Además de alojar la mayoría de proyectos #OpenSource, @github es un buen lugar para descubrir contenido interesante.

🏅 Aquí te dejo 10 repositorios para #devs que deberías conocer. Cada uno de ellos te aportará algo.

#100DaysOfCode #CodeNewbie

¡Dentro hilo! 🧵⬇️ Cartel: 10 repositorios de github para developers que deberi
1. Free Programming Books

github.com/EbookFoundatio…

⭐️ Este repo tiene que ser el primero. De los repositorios con más estrellas de #Github. No solo encontrarás libros de programación en múltiples idiomas, también otros recursos y videos.
2. Developer Roadmap

github.com/kamranahmedse/…

Otro de mis favoritos. ¿Quieres saber por dónde empezar tu camino #desarrollo web? Aquí tienes hojas de ruta con las tencnologías y conceptos que debes saber para dominar un “camino”.
Por ejemplo #frontend, #backend, #DevOps...
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Kubernetes Interview Ready Guide ♾🐋☸️

Everything you need to know to Crack kubernetes Interview 🚀⚡

Handwritten 🧵👇
30 Days Challenge Thread 🚀
I will add 5 Interview questions every alternative day 🌟 in this thread so make sure to bookmark this and share with others to help them 🔥
Disclaimer:

• The questions covered here are mostly conceptual
• I never claim only these type of questions are/should be asked during interviews
• For interviews, you should have fundamentals strong. And you should be able to provide solutions to practical problems.
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Beginner's Guide to Tech-Verse 🚀

How to Get Started and Get your dream job 🧵👇

RoadMap ⬇️
Objective 🌟
- To Build your presence in this Tech Universe ⚡
- To Get a Job in the Tech Industry⚡
1) Learn Computer Science Fundamentals first.

That's the most initial step every beginner should follow. It is important to have a strong foundation of whatever you do.

I hope this course will help you to Build your foundation strong

learning.edx.org/course/course-…
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Secret Behind Kubernetes🚀⚡ Success🌟

⬇️Case Study 🧵👇
Kubernetes ♾ is about Six years old, It was released in 2015. Over the last two years it has gained exponential popularity that seems unbelievable.
This year, it came in as the number three most loved platforms🥳
Even though there are a lot of alternatives available like Mesos from Apache, Docker swarm, but still Kubernetes is the leader🤞⚡
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Why Kubernetes ♾

Why Companies are shifting towards Kubernetes ☸️🧑🏻‍🍳

Case Study🧵👇
Problem (part-1)🚀
The Docker adoption has grown exponentially so it's important to use a container orchestration platform to scale and manage your containers.
Part-2 🚀
Imagine a situation where there are no orchestration tools. You have used docker and deployed it on few servers. Your application starts getting massive traffic. You need to scale up.
How will you know which container should go where , what if a container fails?
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🧵The job market for junior devs is not great these days (to put it mildly), so here are a few tips from recruiters, hiring managers, and my own experience about how to get your first job as a developer:
#CodeNewbie #DEVCommunity Image
1. Check multiple job boards, not only LinkedIn - junior positions are easier to fill, so there's no need for companies to advertise them everywhere, they'll get a lot of candidates anyway
2. Check out careers page of larger companies around you, and sign up for updates if they have such option. Careers page is where the job offers appear first, so be the first one to know about them
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10 Magical Chrome extensions 🔥🔥🔥
For developers

These browser extensions will blow your mind
Some are extremely useful and some are fun to have

🧵 Thread
#codeNewBie #chrome
🦋 1. Bypass Paywalls Chrome

🔸 Bypass Paywalls is a web browser extension to help bypass paywalls for selected sites
🔸Bypass paywall for quora, medium, bloomberg & many many more websites
🔸You need developer mode ON to use this extension
🔸Link 👇
github.com/iamadamdev/byp…
🦋 2. Headless Recorder

🔸A Chrome extension that records your browser interactions
🔸And generates a Playwright/Puppeteer script
🔸Automate your entire browser interaction and tweek the script to do more
🔸Link 👇
checklyhq.com/docs/headless-…
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3 weeks in my new job as a junior frontend developer🥳

What I didn't expect:

(a short thread)🧵

#WomanWhoCode #CodeNewbie
🔹It was really worth it to learn the fundamentals (HTML, CSS, vanilla-js) first, as I was told so often.

🔹Watching someone programming for hours is more exhausting than programming by myself, but it's worth it.
🔹My (although limited) experience with ASP.net helps me a lot to get used to Vue, despite the fact that 99% of the job offers required experience in at least one JS framework.

🔹 I can already do more than I thought.
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10 Best practices in MySQL 🔥 🔥 🔥

Follow these best practices to make your queries faster and efficient

Note: Please research more about each topic before applying

Thread 🧵
#mysql #CodeNewbie
🦋 1. Add Index key columns 🔥 🔥 🔥

🔸 Always index columns that you plan on searching on
🔸 Index the columns which are used in JOIN clauses so that the query returns the result fast
🔸 Do not use Index for many column, it will slow the Insert or Update
🦋 2. LIMIT 1 When Getting a Unique Row 🔥 🔥 🔥

🔸Adding LIMIT 1 to your query can increase performance
🔸Reduces execution time because the database engine will stop scanning for records after it finds the first match
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