I wrote the previous post titled Job Hunting on Sept 21 and scheduled it to be published Sept 27. Ironically, I was laid off in the interim :) So as I get back into the job hunt (or job killing, as I said in the post), I plan to post some tips on making your hunt successful.
There’s a Chuck Norris joke that goes, “Chuck Norris doesn’t go hunting because hunting implies failure. Chuck Norris goes killing.” I thought about titling this post “Job Killing” but that sounds terrible, so I stuck with “Job Hunting”. This post is going to be short, more like an outline of a post, but I hope it’s helpful and leads you to better places.
I’ve been writing automated regression tests at work over the past month, using Jest and Selenium WebDriver, and have really been struggling to get my tests to pass consistently. I began to suspect that methods like
With this blog post I hope to provide some help to those who are trying to combine Miguel Grinberg’s Flask Mega Tutorial with his other tutorial titled OAuth Authentication with Flask. I have a repo that has a working version of his Mega Tutorial through chapter 5 that uses OAuth instead of OpenID. You can find it here https://github.com/JasonMFry/Flask-Mega-Tutorial-With-OAuth Continue reading
Looking back at my 3+ months in class at General Assembly, I did a lot of good work, I learned a ton about myself, about developing, about how to learn efficiently, I made good friends, and I networked my butt off. But I also had some significant failures, which I’ll discuss in a future post. But for now I want to talk about failure, and how to fail well.
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