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|Programming / My Opinion On Chatgpt. by ReactJs(m): 12:22pm On Jun 06, 2023
so i started using chat gpt about 2 months ago. i was skeptical at first cuz i didn't know what to expect and apart from reading about it on twitter , i wasn't really sure what it was about.
BUT it's been 2 months and i've got to tell you that chat gpt is not coming to take your job Lol. it is here to assist in becoming an insanely productive developer. if you're looking at it from the angle that's it's coming to take your job, you're gonna be missing out on a whole lot.
Most times, we 'fight' because it provides inaccurate informations every now and then but that is where your own experience/discernment kicks in. you tell it that you think this is wrong and it's gonna provide you something very close to what you're looking for.
As it is now, my productivity has skyrocketed. i can take on tasks that i don't really know too much about cuz once i sit with it for an hour or so, i'm definitely going to achieve what i set out to achieve.
I think the relationship is symbiotic because we both gain from the interactions; it gets better as an AI model and i also get better as a developer.
|Programming / Re: Getting A Raise And Promotion Faster: A Short Developer's Guide by ReactJs(m): 7:05pm On Jan 12, 2023
Ahh you're confusing me for someone else obviously .
|Programming / Re: Getting A Raise And Promotion Faster: A Short Developer's Guide by ReactJs(m): 7:03pm On Jan 12, 2023
Wait please. i hope it's not what i'm thinking. what do you mean how many moniker do i have?
|Programming / Re: Getting A Raise And Promotion Faster: A Short Developer's Guide by ReactJs(m): 6:52pm On Jan 12, 2023
Thank you. You cannot get to the top based off of technical competence alone. I don't know what kind of organisations people on this forum work for or how large and diverse their team is. I told the other guy in the thread that, after you've established a certain level of competence, you soft skills will matter more. It's just the way the world worlds.. unless you want to keep jumping from one company to another all your professional life.
|Programming / Re: Getting A Raise And Promotion Faster: A Short Developer's Guide by ReactJs(m): 6:48pm On Jan 12, 2023
"The OP surmised that people should please their managers to get favors, which could be positive recommendations. "
Lol that's what you understood from what i wrote? You're a funny person and one of the reasons why i chose not to indulge you the other day is that i saw you definitely missed the point and you're still missing the point.
|Programming / Re: Getting A Raise And Promotion Faster: A Short Developer's Guide by ReactJs(m): 8:03pm On Jan 09, 2023
robinhood171200:Hey bro please send a DM to @npmrundev_ on twitter.
|Programming / Re: Getting A Raise And Promotion Faster: A Short Developer's Guide by ReactJs(m): 7:02pm On Jan 09, 2023
|Programming / Re: Getting A Raise And Promotion Faster: A Short Developer's Guide by ReactJs(m): 7:01pm On Jan 09, 2023
Err yes to some extent. after a certain competence level, soft skills becomes more important than hard skills.
|Programming / Getting A Raise And Promotion Faster: A Short Developer's Guide by ReactJs(m): 6:27pm On Jan 09, 2023
So there's something i've been meaning to share with you guys pertaining to getting a raise and or promotion at work.
Most times in a workplace you see raises and promotions get handed to people that other employees might feel they're underserving of it. Sadly it almost doesn't matter how much of a hardworker you are or if you always work longer hours than everybody if you're not strategically positioning yourself.
A lot of times, it boil downs to if you have someone(mostly your manager) speaking on your behalf to the people that makes the decision concerning who gets either a raise or promotion and who doesn't. If your manager doesn't feel compelled enough to fight for you in your absence where it matters, you have a problem.
You need to focus only on impressing, in this context, your manager. Your manager HAS TO LIKE YOU. I cannot emphasize enough the advantages of this. conversely, i also cannot imagine the disadvantages that comes with your manager not liking you.
You just need to how find to become a likeable person and get the important people in your organization on your side.
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|Programming / Re: How To Be A Software Engineer In 2023. by ReactJs(m): 11:49pm On Jan 07, 2023
This guy is a menance.
|Programming / Re: Do You Guys Also Experience Headaches And How Do You Deal With It by ReactJs(m): 12:10pm On Nov 22, 2022
Listen to what this my bro just said! Please check your blood pressure as soon as you can or when next it happens.
|Programming / Re: Don’t Pay Attention To The Noise. by ReactJs(m): 9:49pm On Nov 20, 2022
Hi bro, please have a look at this https://roadmap.sh/backend, https://roadmap.sh/nodejs. For courses, please checkout Stephen Grider on udemy
|Programming / Don’t Pay Attention To The Noise. by ReactJs(m): 6:38pm On Nov 04, 2022
People are still getting hired. if you’re just starting out, I’ll implore to stay away from social media for at least 1 year and really work on improving your skills. Learn the hard things.
Learn the nitty gritty of whatever aspect of tech you want to go into, this is what will separate you from people who get their advice from developers on twitter who probably spend more time on twitter than they do on their IDE, if they have one.
Again, don’t pay attention to the noise in media right now. People are still getting hired. You just need to be good enough.
The only caveat is that you probably cannot become good enough in 3,6 or even 9 months. You need at least 1 year of consistent practice, training and working on the right things. Day in Day out!
I’ll attach a screenshot of my conversation with a buddy of mine that got hired couple of days ago.
People are still getting hired. You just need to be good enough.
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|Programming / Re: Top Developers To Follow On NL 2022 by ReactJs(m): 4:20pm On Oct 27, 2022
Lol boss even offline naso i dey o. Anything weh pass to play game, work and chill for cubana once in a while you no fit see me there.
|Travel / Re: General UK Visa Enquiries - Part 5 by ReactJs(m): 3:20pm On Sep 21, 2022
Hello guys. My company(Uk based company) intends to fly us out the UK sometime this year for a company retreat.
So they need to know what it's going to take to get me a visit visa from Nigeria to spend a couple of days(7-10) in the UK. i've been working with them for almost a year and half.
Please i'd appreciate any info/guidelines on how to go about this and what needs to be done both on my part and theirs. Thank you!
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|Programming / Re: Passed All Rounds Of Interview And Still Got Rejected. by ReactJs(m): 3:09pm On Jul 21, 2022
IC. yeah i figure it wasn't worth it. its one of those things.
|Programming / Passed All Rounds Of Interview And Still Got Rejected. by ReactJs(m): 2:29pm On Jul 21, 2022
So guys on my quest for a 2nd remote job i wanted to share my experience interviewing for sort of a fintech company in the US called WalletHub and how you should manage your expectations until you've signed an employment document(even those get rescinded LOL!)
I'm not a person that gets disappointed easily because believe me life has taught me not to celebrate until i'm very sure i've gotten that thing but after passing i think about 5-6 rounds of interview and SPOKEN WITH THE CEO, i thought i've finally hit the jackpot o.
This whole process took OVER 1 MONTH.
First round was normal coding test which i passed, followed by a behavioural interview, followed by a technical interview, follow by about 3 or 4 finance/credit card/loans mathematical tests. omo i passed everything.
They asked for my salary, i said $60k p/a for a senior role without mincing words. HR said no wahala. HR was even telling me the brand of headphones to get for meetings and what not only for me to receive the shock of my life.
I was very confused and even thought of replying to cuss them out or something but i just overlooked.
Has anyone experienced this same thing?
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|Programming / Re: Foreign Jobs(remote And Relocation) Discussions by ReactJs(m): 12:26pm On Jul 19, 2022
Lol bruv you’ve made a good point. That’s another strong reason to want to leave. I just think I’ve gotten very comfortable with juxtaposing things i can currently get in Nigeria and things i can get abroad.
Most of the stuff can make aboard appealing are things that i probably already have.
|Programming / Re: Foreign Jobs(remote And Relocation) Discussions by ReactJs(m): 4:14am On Jul 19, 2022
nice thread! for me, i'm so laid back with this relocation thing. The only thing that makes me fantasise about relocating is the internet. Our internet is big mess but now that this elon musk's starlink coming to nigeria maybe my internet problem is about to be solved.
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|Programming / Re: I Want To Go Into Tech; What Field Should I Choose? by ReactJs(m): 12:06pm On Jun 01, 2022
Bro you need to reorient yourself with regards to how focused you are about the monetary benefits of a career path you've not even started. One of the things that drives people to get into "tech" is money no doubt but you're probably not going to stick around to make that money if that money is your only motivation because it might relatively take a while before you start seeing that money.
Another thing is nobody can really decide for you what aspect of tech to focus . you're going to have to do your own intensive research so as to know beforehand what you're actually getting yourself into.
Whatever aspect you later pick, you can now start finding people in that domain for more in-depth suggestions about how you should go about it. That way, you make it easier for everyone involved.
On a side note, guys, quite a number of people send me requests to chat privately. I'm sorry I can't respond for personal reasons.
|Programming / Re: So There Are Devs That Earn Up To 30k USD. by ReactJs(m): 7:56pm On May 01, 2022
|Programming / Re: So There Are Devs That Earn Up To 30k USD. by ReactJs(m): 6:10pm On Apr 28, 2022
Quite insightful post tensazangetsu20. I had an interview with a startup in Oslo,Norway last week Friday. The interview was in 3 stages. Live coding(Fibonnaci Sequence) , Design Patterns and take home. Made it to the take home aspect which apparently was the easiest aspect of the interview but if I get offered the job, I'm not gonna take it cuz the pay range is still in the range of what I'm earning and its a startup. I don't want to work at a startup.
I'm already in the over a million Naira monthly bracket but my actual goal is to get to at least 10million Naira monthly before the end of next year. But I have actually seen backend roles that wants to pay me this within my desired range. I came very close with a firm in Helsinki, and another in the UAE. Do you know what keeps messing me up? AWS certificates. I swear. it's almost like I can't run away from it anymore which is why I'm dedicated the next couple of months for getting these certs.
|Programming / Re: I Have This Annoying Bug In Node Js For The Past 5 Days..help by ReactJs(m): 11:05pm On Mar 26, 2022
It's pointing to line 21.
const salt = await bcrypt.genSalt(10);
const hashedPasssword = await bcrypt.hash(password, salt);
https://www.npmjs.com/package/bcryptjs Please checkout their docs
|Programming / Re: Did You Go Into Coding Because Of Passion Or For The Money Or Both? by ReactJs(m): 6:07pm On Feb 24, 2022
Lol no sleep o. body go tell you
|Programming / Re: Cost Benefits: Monolith Or Microservices? by ReactJs(m): 12:08pm On Feb 21, 2022
Hey bro sorry I don't have access to this email at this point. but checkout this guy https://www.udemy.com/course/react-redux/. Though I'm not much of a React person anymore but this guy is such a great teacher and he explains rather complex things with ease.
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|Programming / Re: Coders, How Long Do Your Laptop Batteries Last? by ReactJs(m): 1:04pm On Jan 28, 2022
Hannania:M1 MacBook Pro
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|Programming / Re: Coders, How Long Do Your Laptop Batteries Last? by ReactJs(m): 1:03pm On Jan 28, 2022
MacBook Pro M1
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|Programming / Re: Coders, How Long Do Your Laptop Batteries Last? by ReactJs(m): 12:05am On Jan 28, 2022
Heavy usage after a full-charge 9-12 hours. Light usage after a full charge 2-5days.
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|Programming / Re: See My Single Page Web App With React Js by ReactJs(m): 11:44pm On Jan 18, 2022
|Programming / Re: Is It A Cultural Thing For African Websites To Be Ugly And Unusable? by ReactJs(m): 5:41am On Jan 13, 2022
Boys are trying o. beyond trying cef but these guys are not cheap. quality work costs money and sadly a lot of Nigerians don't wanna pay for a top tier product.
someone in my network reached out to me that he wants something exactly like https://dappradar.com/. Told him how much it's gonna cost if he wants it to look like that. i'm not a frontend person but i've got a great taste and know when a product doesn't look and feel sleek. Sadly he didn't see the need to want to pay good money for a top product.
so we've got the talent. can you afford them?
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|Programming / Re: Udemy Payment Crisis by ReactJs(m): 11:20pm On Jan 03, 2022
Udemy works perfectly well with nigerian mastercards(gtbank, zenith, access). but you've got to have excess of the amount the course costs. if a course is being sold for $10 make sure you've got at least $15-$17 on that card. it should work
|Programming / Re: Is It Possible To Learn Algorithm And Data Structures? by ReactJs(m): 9:51pm On Dec 26, 2021
Lol well it is what it is.
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