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Somewhere along the way, I seem to have become a senior developer. I’m not much faster at coding than I used to be, and I definitely have forgotten more language-specific syntax than I remember. The difference, if there in fact is any, seems to be in knowing the patterns and the norms, having a sense of what paths to use to solve problems and how to find one’s bearings in a new environment. In brief: 1) Ask Questions Usefully. 1.1) Omit Needless Words 2) Choose
I am honored to be your guide through this journey of exploring Identities on the web, this will be a series of codelabs to try out different identities approaches and implementations on the web, the goal of this series is to understand the types of identities, the ideas behind it and how it is being implemented whether you are a developer or user and what is the point of all this diversity. So the question comes, what is an Identity on the web? Your digital
I am Miriam Gitonga from Nairobi Kenya. I joined WhatsCookin late last year as a Software test engineer. I started working for equity; later on, worked for tasks-based payment. I was able to do marketing on social media platforms. Adept in utilizing social media networks to identify new opportunities for fundraising and community outreach efforts.
I greatly helped in Fundraising for teachers in Tucson which became a great success.
Wow! First of all, let me say a huge thank you to everyone on the What’s Cookin team. To everyone that has helped us bloom from just an idea to a website (and soon-to-be app), thank you so much for all of the time, energy, and effort you have put into this. As someone who just joined What’s Cookin as an intern, I was and remain amazed about the amount of commitment, positivity, and drive the whole team shows. Every single day teammates are working
Last summer I went camping with my daughter. It rained a little, just enough so getting the fire going each night was a challenge, with several false starts that didn’t quite catch. We always got it going in the end, though, with enough dry branches and persistence. Last fall, I worked with my partners on building our startup out of an idea, some skills and the offer to share equity. Here and there we had a little money, which like kindling, burns fast and easily