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Tackling programming languages from the past

Tasked to solve – is pretty much what one has been doing to date. Not knowing, but yet comfortable challenging them while time is ticking away. Rewind back to years, where self teaching new programming languages was ever so daunting.

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Office Politics

Things just keep changing constantly, another job another mess… a repetitive process of seeing code that may once have been produced to good business needs. But while business changes are happening, there’s a lack of poor coding standard among the

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Fighting for your attention

There’s a point throughout the working process where your attention to knowledge is needed elsewhere, but what do you do if you have scheduled work and clients fighting between themselves for your attention, but also here and there trying to

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I left the process.

Finally finding out you’re the only one with a technical mind, a logical system thinker. Trying to make ends meet and continuing to learn as much as I could with the limited time I had in and out of office

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I’m in a sticky situation…

I’ve somehow managed to survive over one year of mayhem, demonstrating a higher accuracy rate and cleaner code with multiple solutions – now on my own out of comfort zones to challenge the unknown path to success. After continuing for

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Happy New Year

It’s time to reflect on the previous year and make some new goals for the year ahead, by observing the nature around me and making some bold decisions. Addressing where I work online cause some attractions to recruiters and while

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