Hey folks! 👋
Hope everybody is having a fantastic Friday and that you all have wonderful weekends!
Looking back on this past week, what was something you were proud of accomplishing?
All wins count — big or small 🎉
Examples of 'wins' include:
- Starting a new project
- Fixing a tricky bug
- Watching a horror flick 😱
Y'all enjoy yourselves!
Oldest comments (17)
Mine would be that we finally released the results for the DEV Community Satisfaction Survey! 🙌
DEV Community Satisfaction Survey Results!
Michael Tharrington (he/him) for The DEV Team ・ Oct 24 ・ 9 min read
We have got the good result from our tool for one of our clients website where our tool has saved our customers 35% customer churned request.
Programming is amazing that enable us to help other business to grow and expnd!
Oh heck yeah! That's awesome. Major congrats, Shahbaz! 🙌
thanks! these result for our clients enable us to work for the next week!
Idk if you know just try to google "shahbaz meaning"
I received my Udacity Full-Stack developer Nanodegree Certificate after months of intense learning. I will be applying the knowledge to my mobile app development journey.
Good job man and good luck on your development journey!
Yay! dude on fire 🔥
This week successfully do the first task of building data lake architecture in my data engineering career: ingesting rds mysql data with lake formation incremental blueprint, but the main challenge is to ingest from different account RDS and still on the work for the next week.
Also, 300K total post views on dev.to!
I wrote my first blog!
That is awesome!! Congrats!! How do you feel now that it’s out?
I am really enjoying it!
Chips-n-Salsa 6.0 is mentioned in the latest edition of the GitHub Release Radar.
Started a new project called
express-ipcand it's almost 50% complete. It let's you handle request over IPC protocol with elegant express-like syntax and can also broadcast data to multiple channels. I'm actually building this for one of my CLI application where I need to communicate with a background service from the terminal emulator / command prompt.