But what if they think I’m stupid? Guess what — They don’t expect much from you right now anyway.
I tried to create bootable usb drives and all three attempts failed. When I went to reformat the drives, windows did not recognize them.
I got stuck when trying to install the mediainfo package through
apt install mediainfo. Using buildpacks failed and the solution was to use heroku-buildpack-apt.
Plain old bash works but oh-my-zsh color codes folders from files. It also has git integration and shows what git branch you’re on.
I was defeated before I even started interviewing. I gave myself a junior software developer title. The defeat was self-imposed.
I’m not the best at anything and that’s a strength.
The problem is sitting down to write and thinking I have nothing original to say. You start a blog and a few weeks later you forget about it. Someone told you that original thought is a prerequisite for creative work.
At times I forget to commit my changes until days later. I prefer these commits show an accurate commit date of when the work was actually done.
I’ve written crappy commit messages in the past and I’ve picked up a few tricks over time that help me write helpful descriptions.