Well, today is my “first day” as the new Head of Software Development. My department may only be one person, but I am now the head of it. If I were the kind of person to throw around titles to try and impress other people, this is the first one I’ve had that might almost work.
Also found out HR went and backdated everything so health insurance starts today, instead of making me wait the usual two months from date of hire. That was nice of them. It’s good peeps here.
lol @ listening to a purple haired faggot give his opinions - especially emptying his balls over JS. JS is generally a mess and is probably the language that allows and even encourages the worst practices.
This guy is what normal people think of and then cringe when they think of a “programmer”… oh sorry, I mean “software engineer”. Those titles, so important for self-esteem, of people like this guy; a know it all lecture everyone about everything type who still hasn’t noticed everyone rolling their eyes when he starts speaking.
I paid north of 400 for Algoexpert, MLexpert and SystemsExpert. It was a ton of content but none of it especially relevant or good. Along the way, i learned what i should have been doing in each subject to prep for MAANG. AlgoExpert was a poor use of time
My opinion if you go the networking route - learn the CCNA material. If you can sit for the rest and pass it, even better. The big advantage to this that you’ll get solid with a broad understanding of what networking is.
Then get familiar with SD-WAN and network virtualization - it’s the future