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.
Connect Four or Blackjack
As I mentioned in my previous post, in July when I decided I wanted to attend a coding bootcamp, I got into “Research Mode.” I found Course Report, which helped a lot, but their information is not as complete as I would have liked. For instance, I wanted to find fully immersive web developer bootcamps online, but you can’t search for fully immersive, so I had to weed through a lot of non-immersive courses. That’s about the only complaint I have with Course Report, otherwise they are an excellent resource and I suggest you use them in your search for a coding bootcamp. Continue reading