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▪️Entrepreneur | Front End Developer ▪️Technology Consultant @slalomhartford ▪️CT, USA ▪️#100daysofcode 👩🏽‍💻

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▪️Snow Day Part 2 ❄️✌🏼▪️
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Hey Devs, more snow here in cold Connecticut. This is my second day working from home 🏡 so needless to say I have been extremely productive working on my ultra wide. 🖥 Yesterday was a really good day because I was up early for a 7am meeting that went really well for the app project, 📱 then I was able to get straight into work on prep for two launches for my regular job this week. Once these launches are all done my 9-5 will be AWS and O365 Certifications (and of course finishing my @teamtreehouse JS course ) so there will be a lot more coding posts in the future. 💻😁
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There was a lot more snow this morning than yesterday so I spent about 2 hours helping my husband shovel and plough our long driveway. At least I can say I got a workout in today 💪🏼⛄️. The rest of the day will be spent finalizing prep for one of my launches tomorrow and then hopefully getting to review a new build for the app.
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Whats on your agenda for today? #100daysofcode.

▪️Snow Day Part 2 ❄️✌🏼▪️ . . Hey Devs, more snow here in cold Connecticut. This is my second day working from home 🏡 so needless to say I have been extremely productive working on my ultra wide. 🖥 Yesterday was a really good day because I was up early for a 7am meeting that went really well for the app project, 📱 then I was able to get straight into work on prep for two launches for my regular job this week. Once these launches are all done my 9-5 will be AWS and O365 Certifications (and of course finishing my @teamtreehouse JS course ) so there will be a lot more coding posts in the future. 💻😁 . . There was a lot more snow this morning than yesterday so I spent about 2 hours helping my husband shovel and plough our long driveway. At least I can say I got a workout in today 💪🏼⛄️. The rest of the day will be spent finalizing prep for one of my launches tomorrow and then hopefully getting to review a new build for the app. . . Whats on your agenda for today? #100daysofcode ...

▪️Let It Snow ❄️⛄️▪️
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Its Sunday, time to plan for the week. I had a list of tasks to get done today and I am happy to say I just wrapped all of them up. Most importantly I planned out my December monthly log and my weekly log for this coming week, so feeling extremely productive today. Reading all of your feedback on my last two posts has made me rethink my “why” and makes me feel more accountable to actually be productive so I am super happy about that. Hopefully waking up to 6-10 inches of snow tomorrow morning isn’t took difficult (it will definitely be too difficult), but I thought ahead on that and scheduled a 7am (woof) standup with my team for the app to review progress. December is the month we are going to do a BETA launch, so its super important I get in as many meetings and reviews as possible to make sure everything is running and functioning smoothly. 🤩💪🏼👌🏼🥶
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Thats all for now. Hope you all have a great Sunday night and a productive week! #100daysofcode.

▪️Let It Snow ❄️⛄️▪️ . . Its Sunday, time to plan for the week. I had a list of tasks to get done today and I am happy to say I just wrapped all of them up. Most importantly I planned out my December monthly log and my weekly log for this coming week, so feeling extremely productive today. Reading all of your feedback on my last two posts has made me rethink my “why” and makes me feel more accountable to actually be productive so I am super happy about that. Hopefully waking up to 6-10 inches of snow tomorrow morning isn’t took difficult (it will definitely be too difficult), but I thought ahead on that and scheduled a 7am (woof) standup with my team for the app to review progress. December is the month we are going to do a BETA launch, so its super important I get in as many meetings and reviews as possible to make sure everything is running and functioning smoothly. 🤩💪🏼👌🏼🥶 . . Thats all for now. Hope you all have a great Sunday night and a productive week! #100daysofcode ...

▪️Check it off the list ✔️▪️
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Happy Saturday Devs! After my post yesterday I took some time to organize my to-list a bit for the weekend. I use Things 3 for that. It’s a great tool and I plan on using the inbox more in the future for random tasks that I am not ready to schedule yet. Notion will be more for long term goals, project planning and future logs, habits, daily logs (maybe it will replace my bullet journal 🤷🏽‍♀️), and my resonance calendar (thank you @aliabdaal for that idea). Lastly, Bear is my note taking app. Oh right and then there is Google calendar. Do any of you time block? 🥴
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Have about three tasks to complete tomorrow. One will be to plan out my certification schedule as I am on the bench for most of December and would like to complete my AWS cert as well as 1 Microsoft certification (Azure or Power Apps). Then on top of that I was hired by a local university as a consultant to help them build a coding school. Definitely will be a fun side project. To round out my December I will be finalizing the BETA launch of my app. So needless to say productivity will be of the utmost importance this month. .
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Maybe if I am super productive I can squeeze in some JS learning in there too 😉. What are your favorite productivity tools? #100daysofcode.

▪️Check it off the list ✔️▪️ . . Happy Saturday Devs! After my post yesterday I took some time to organize my to-list a bit for the weekend. I use Things 3 for that. It’s a great tool and I plan on using the inbox more in the future for random tasks that I am not ready to schedule yet. Notion will be more for long term goals, project planning and future logs, habits, daily logs (maybe it will replace my bullet journal 🤷🏽‍♀️), and my resonance calendar (thank you @aliabdaal for that idea). Lastly, Bear is my note taking app. Oh right and then there is Google calendar. Do any of you time block? 🥴 . . Have about three tasks to complete tomorrow. One will be to plan out my certification schedule as I am on the bench for most of December and would like to complete my AWS cert as well as 1 Microsoft certification (Azure or Power Apps). Then on top of that I was hired by a local university as a consultant to help them build a coding school. Definitely will be a fun side project. To round out my December I will be finalizing the BETA launch of my app. So needless to say productivity will be of the utmost importance this month. . . Maybe if I am super productive I can squeeze in some JS learning in there too 😉. What are your favorite productivity tools? #100daysofcode ...

▪️ Motivation & Productivity ▪️
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Hey Devs! Long time no post from me. It’s the night after Thanksgiving here in the US, doing some online black Friday shopping and thought I would write up a quick post. I wanted to chat about productivity and motivation. 🦃 🍽🍷🍁
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Ever since starting my new job I have felt very motivated. Motivated to kick ass at this job, motivated to get started on new projects, motivated to enjoy more time not working and instead relaxing at home, taking vacations and traveling. All of these things have been very motivating and exciting. What is frustrating me, however, is my level of productivity. I think someone can have a ton of motivation, but if their productivity is off, then motivation becomes secondary. I have always said this about myself, I am most productive when I am extremely busy. It most definitely is the procrastinator in me, that I will admit. But 99% of the time I am productive when I don’t have time to waste, or think, or do anything else but get the pile of crap done that is weighing me down. 👩🏽‍💻
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I have been watching so many productivity videos (@tomfrankly, @aliabdaal and @mattdavella - who are very talented and helpful), I have made major lifestyle changes (consistently going to the gym, waking up at 630, morning walks, etc), I have adopted new productivity tools (Notion app I love you even if you took a solid 2 weeks for me to setup to my liking) - and yet, when it comes down to it, I do not feel enough of a sense of URGENCY to be productive. 🤷🏽‍♀️
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Now that Thanksgiving is over, I have a four day weekend (although only 2 days are left) this is what I am going to try to work on figuring out. How do I become more productive even when that urgency and that stress to completely things isn’t there? Because at the end of the day, not having that urgency and stress is a good thing and I should not need that to get shit done. Do you experience anything like this? If yes or if no, please send me your best productivity tips, as you can tell, I can use them. 👌🏼😁👍🏼 #100daysofcode.

▪️ Motivation & Productivity ▪️ . . Hey Devs! Long time no post from me. It’s the night after Thanksgiving here in the US, doing some online black Friday shopping and thought I would write up a quick post. I wanted to chat about productivity and motivation. 🦃 🍽🍷🍁 . . Ever since starting my new job I have felt very motivated. Motivated to kick ass at this job, motivated to get started on new projects, motivated to enjoy more time not working and instead relaxing at home, taking vacations and traveling. All of these things have been very motivating and exciting. What is frustrating me, however, is my level of productivity. I think someone can have a ton of motivation, but if their productivity is off, then motivation becomes secondary. I have always said this about myself, I am most productive when I am extremely busy. It most definitely is the procrastinator in me, that I will admit. But 99% of the time I am productive when I don’t have time to waste, or think, or do anything else but get the pile of crap done that is weighing me down. 👩🏽‍💻 . I have been watching so many productivity videos (@tomfrankly , @aliabdaal and @mattdavella - who are very talented and helpful), I have made major lifestyle changes (consistently going to the gym, waking up at 630, morning walks, etc), I have adopted new productivity tools (Notion app I love you even if you took a solid 2 weeks for me to setup to my liking) - and yet, when it comes down to it, I do not feel enough of a sense of URGENCY to be productive. 🤷🏽‍♀️ . . Now that Thanksgiving is over, I have a four day weekend (although only 2 days are left) this is what I am going to try to work on figuring out. How do I become more productive even when that urgency and that stress to completely things isn’t there? Because at the end of the day, not having that urgency and stress is a good thing and I should not need that to get shit done. Do you experience anything like this? If yes or if no, please send me your best productivity tips, as you can tell, I can use them. 👌🏼😁👍🏼 #100daysofcode ...

▪️ Sunny days and Salty Air ☀️ 🛥 ▪️ Happy Saturday Devs! Quick post as I get ready to head back home from a vacation in Key West. Was only three days but was super relaxing and a lot of fun. Didn’t do much work but did keep an eye on the repo for the app project since we had a sprint being completed this week. Team is doing a great job so I am very pleased. Anyway enjoy your Saturday! #100daysofcode.

▪️ Sunny days and Salty Air ☀️ 🛥 ▪️ Happy Saturday Devs! Quick post as I get ready to head back home from a vacation in Key West. Was only three days but was super relaxing and a lot of fun. Didn’t do much work but did keep an eye on the repo for the app project since we had a sprint being completed this week. Team is doing a great job so I am very pleased. Anyway enjoy your Saturday! #100daysofcode ...

▪️ No Stress 😎 ▪️
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Hey Devs, happy hump day 🐪 ! I am looking forward to today because we leave for Miami tonight. Then early tomorrow morning we hop on a 180 foot boat 🛥 and head down to key west for the next 3 days. We did this trip 5 years ago and it was a lot of fun so I am really looking forward to it, especially since I won’t have to worry about work. I am still bringing down my laptop to oversee development on the app project. We have a strict deadline for BETA so I don’t want anything falling behind, but other than answering some slack messages there will be 0 stress and 0 work. This is my first vacation in about 2 years and the last time I went away I was very worried about my agency running the entire time, so this will be a nice change. ☀️ .
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Now that the app project plan is finished (1 week Sprints all planned out), and things are moving smoothly with that (no jinx) I am back to focusing on JS learning. I re-read a few chapters in my JS book to make sure I was still good with the syntax and logic, and now I can get back into ES2015, creating functions with arrow syntax. 👌🏼
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Starting Dec 6 I will be off of my client project for my regular job and will be “on the bench” as the consulting world calls it for the rest of December. This means that while I dont have a client to do work for, I am still paid my regular salary and my full-time job is to learn learn learn (and get certifications). The goal will be to finish the JS track on @teamtreehouse (33 hours left in total), and get the Solution Architecture Associate AWS certification, before the end of the year and before I get assigned to a new project/client. 👩🏽‍💻
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What are the professional goals you are trying to accomplish by the end of the year? #100daysofcode.

▪️ No Stress 😎 ▪️ . . Hey Devs, happy hump day 🐪 ! I am looking forward to today because we leave for Miami tonight. Then early tomorrow morning we hop on a 180 foot boat 🛥 and head down to key west for the next 3 days. We did this trip 5 years ago and it was a lot of fun so I am really looking forward to it, especially since I won’t have to worry about work. I am still bringing down my laptop to oversee development on the app project. We have a strict deadline for BETA so I don’t want anything falling behind, but other than answering some slack messages there will be 0 stress and 0 work. This is my first vacation in about 2 years and the last time I went away I was very worried about my agency running the entire time, so this will be a nice change. ☀️ . . Now that the app project plan is finished (1 week Sprints all planned out), and things are moving smoothly with that (no jinx) I am back to focusing on JS learning. I re-read a few chapters in my JS book to make sure I was still good with the syntax and logic, and now I can get back into ES2015, creating functions with arrow syntax. 👌🏼 . Starting Dec 6 I will be off of my client project for my regular job and will be “on the bench” as the consulting world calls it for the rest of December. This means that while I dont have a client to do work for, I am still paid my regular salary and my full-time job is to learn learn learn (and get certifications). The goal will be to finish the JS track on @teamtreehouse (33 hours left in total), and get the Solution Architecture Associate AWS certification, before the end of the year and before I get assigned to a new project/client. 👩🏽‍💻 . . What are the professional goals you are trying to accomplish by the end of the year? #100daysofcode ...

▪️ Morning Routine 🛏 ☀️ ▪️
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Hey Devs! Happy Saturday. Just got home from a workshop at the office this morning. We invited a dozen girls over from the Mrs. Porters High School technology program to come and do a design thinking workshop. The objective was to come up with a way to get girls from a local middle school more interested in STEAM careers. It was very productive and great to see how smart these young girls were. They were so passionate about tech and really enjoyed the workshop. We walked away with a real idea and in two weeks we will built out the app and the program to facilitate it. 👍🏼 👩🏽‍💻 👩🏽‍🔬 .
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First week of dev on the app project was a success. We will be wrapping up Sprint 1 at the end of this week which will include the boot screen, login screen, Face ID and Auth CRUD. We also finally received funds from our investor so everything has been very exciting at this stage. 📱👌🏼
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Last but not least I wanted to chat about my new morning routine. There are still efficiencies I can add to it but this has been a great starting point these past three weeks. 
6:30 - wake up, chug a bottle of water, throw on hoodie and shoes, take Buddy for a 10-15 minute walk
7:00- drink coffee, eat breakfast, feed Buddy, read Medium articles/listen to NPR and TechCrunch daily news
7:15- shower
7:30 - review yearly, quarterly goals. Organize tasks for the day (maybe get one out of the way if I have time) 
8:00 - blow dry hair, do makeup, get dressed 
8:30 - make lunch, leave for work .
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Simple but effective. The key factors have been leaving my phone across the room so I have to get up to shut it off (lots of mentally convincing myself not to go back into bed) and walking Buddy in the morning first thing. The morning fresh air and sunrise wake me up right away. 🌅 ☕️ .
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Any morning routine suggestions? Post them in the comments! #100daysofcode.

▪️ Morning Routine 🛏 ☀️ ▪️ . . Hey Devs! Happy Saturday. Just got home from a workshop at the office this morning. We invited a dozen girls over from the Mrs. Porters High School technology program to come and do a design thinking workshop. The objective was to come up with a way to get girls from a local middle school more interested in STEAM careers. It was very productive and great to see how smart these young girls were. They were so passionate about tech and really enjoyed the workshop. We walked away with a real idea and in two weeks we will built out the app and the program to facilitate it. 👍🏼 👩🏽‍💻 👩🏽‍🔬 . . First week of dev on the app project was a success. We will be wrapping up Sprint 1 at the end of this week which will include the boot screen, login screen, Face ID and Auth CRUD. We also finally received funds from our investor so everything has been very exciting at this stage. 📱👌🏼 . . Last but not least I wanted to chat about my new morning routine. There are still efficiencies I can add to it but this has been a great starting point these past three weeks. 6:30 - wake up, chug a bottle of water, throw on hoodie and shoes, take Buddy for a 10-15 minute walk 7:00- drink coffee, eat breakfast, feed Buddy, read Medium articles/listen to NPR and TechCrunch daily news 7:15- shower 7:30 - review yearly, quarterly goals. Organize tasks for the day (maybe get one out of the way if I have time) 8:00 - blow dry hair, do makeup, get dressed 8:30 - make lunch, leave for work . . Simple but effective. The key factors have been leaving my phone across the room so I have to get up to shut it off (lots of mentally convincing myself not to go back into bed) and walking Buddy in the morning first thing. The morning fresh air and sunrise wake me up right away. 🌅 ☕️ . . Any morning routine suggestions? Post them in the comments! #100daysofcode ...

▪️ Morning Routines and Google Keynote ☀️ ▪️
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Hey Devs! Sitting here in the Slalom Hartford office finishing up lunch. Today was a Diwali celebration so we had a ton of amazing Indian cuisine brought in. Soooo good. Had our first global launch meeting for Women in Technology. We shared with the global team how our internal kickoff went and talked about events, swag and speaking engagement. So much fun chatting with really smart, techie ladies all across the globe. 🌎 .
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I’m going to get more into this in a post over the weekend but I am proud to report that my new morning routine is going well. Over the past two weeks I have been waking up much earlier, following my routine at least 3 out of 5 weekdays and feeling amazing while doing it. Thumbs up 👍🏼 if you have been killing your morning routine
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Kicked off development today for my app side project. Excited is an understatement I am really looking forward to not just the launch of this app but just as important i am looking forward to the build process. This will be my first experience building something with React Native and Firebase so it should be a great learning experience 🌀 🔥
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Last but not least I wanted to touch on the Google keynote from last week. If I told you that I immediately did not go onto the google store and order about $500 worth of new tech then I would be a huge liar because that’s exactly what I did. Since I cancelled my cable and now only use streaming services I definitely had to up my WiFi game and I was waiting on the launch of the new Google WiFi to do that so that was by and large my most significant purchase. I think the new Pixel 4 is impressive too but I was disappointed that they focused so much on complicated camera customizations over a wide angle lense. I think this was a huge miss in terms of their demographic. Lastly I’d like to thank the Google Gods for updating the Nest Aware subscription services. Not only were the individual services overpriced but if a device broke you cant transfer subscriptions to another one. So all in all a decent amount of updates for @madebygoogle 👌🏼
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What was your favorite update from the Google keynote last week? #100daysofcode.

▪️ Morning Routines and Google Keynote ☀️ ▪️ . . Hey Devs! Sitting here in the Slalom Hartford office finishing up lunch. Today was a Diwali celebration so we had a ton of amazing Indian cuisine brought in. Soooo good. Had our first global launch meeting for Women in Technology. We shared with the global team how our internal kickoff went and talked about events, swag and speaking engagement. So much fun chatting with really smart, techie ladies all across the globe. 🌎 . . I’m going to get more into this in a post over the weekend but I am proud to report that my new morning routine is going well. Over the past two weeks I have been waking up much earlier, following my routine at least 3 out of 5 weekdays and feeling amazing while doing it. Thumbs up 👍🏼 if you have been killing your morning routine . . Kicked off development today for my app side project. Excited is an understatement I am really looking forward to not just the launch of this app but just as important i am looking forward to the build process. This will be my first experience building something with React Native and Firebase so it should be a great learning experience 🌀 🔥 . . Last but not least I wanted to touch on the Google keynote from last week. If I told you that I immediately did not go onto the google store and order about $500 worth of new tech then I would be a huge liar because that’s exactly what I did. Since I cancelled my cable and now only use streaming services I definitely had to up my WiFi game and I was waiting on the launch of the new Google WiFi to do that so that was by and large my most significant purchase. I think the new Pixel 4 is impressive too but I was disappointed that they focused so much on complicated camera customizations over a wide angle lense. I think this was a huge miss in terms of their demographic. Lastly I’d like to thank the Google Gods for updating the Nest Aware subscription services. Not only were the individual services overpriced but if a device broke you cant transfer subscriptions to another one. So all in all a decent amount of updates for @madebygoogle 👌🏼 . . What was your favorite update from the Google keynote last week? #100daysofcode ...

▪️ Getting Involved and Continuous Improvement 👩🏽‍💻 ▪️
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Happy Saturday Devs!
This week was very productive in terms of client work and side projects. We finalized designs on my side app project, and will be moving into development next week. I am IN LOVE with the way this app looks and I cant wait to show it to you. We also had a successful demo and shareholders meeting for my SaaS platform. Hopefully both will be launched in beta before the end of the year. 🤞🏼
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Yesterday was a really fun and busy day at the office. I worked from home Wednesday and Thursday, and got so much work done for the client I am on, that I was able to attend some really great meetings and workshops all Friday morning at our office in downtown Hartford. .
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We had our October SOTO (State of the Office), which is always great information and insight into how the company is doing financially and operationally. After that was our regular daily project standup. Then I had a meeting to kick off the Women in Technology Hartford chapter of which I will be a board member (being excited about this is an understatement!). Our General Manager attended the meeting and we all shared with him our stories of how we got into technology, what the WIT organization means to us, and why we want to be a part of it (thumbs up 👍🏼 in the comments if you want me to share what I said).
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The last event I attended before getting back to client work for the day was a lunch ’n learn on DevOps. DevOps is a topic that I have been very interested in because its what I kind of always did without really knowing it. It was cool, though, to see the actual technology that is out there to help establish DevOps as a practice rather than just an idea or a thing that is done. It was super informative, insightful and I learned a lot. .
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What are you doing to continuously learn or improve? #womenintechnology #devops.

▪️ Getting Involved and Continuous Improvement 👩🏽‍💻 ▪️ . . Happy Saturday Devs! This week was very productive in terms of client work and side projects. We finalized designs on my side app project, and will be moving into development next week. I am IN LOVE with the way this app looks and I cant wait to show it to you. We also had a successful demo and shareholders meeting for my SaaS platform. Hopefully both will be launched in beta before the end of the year. 🤞🏼 . . Yesterday was a really fun and busy day at the office. I worked from home Wednesday and Thursday, and got so much work done for the client I am on, that I was able to attend some really great meetings and workshops all Friday morning at our office in downtown Hartford. . . We had our October SOTO (State of the Office), which is always great information and insight into how the company is doing financially and operationally. After that was our regular daily project standup. Then I had a meeting to kick off the Women in Technology Hartford chapter of which I will be a board member (being excited about this is an understatement!). Our General Manager attended the meeting and we all shared with him our stories of how we got into technology, what the WIT organization means to us, and why we want to be a part of it (thumbs up 👍🏼 in the comments if you want me to share what I said). . . The last event I attended before getting back to client work for the day was a lunch ’n learn on DevOps. DevOps is a topic that I have been very interested in because its what I kind of always did without really knowing it. It was cool, though, to see the actual technology that is out there to help establish DevOps as a practice rather than just an idea or a thing that is done. It was super informative, insightful and I learned a lot. . . What are you doing to continuously learn or improve? #womenintechnology #devops ...

▪️ Fishin on a Sunday 🎣 and this weeks goals ▪️
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Happy Sunday Devs! I can’t believe its been over a week since I posted. The week was busy but nothing overwhelming. Working on UAT test scripts for my database migrations at work. I was mostly working on my side projects after work, so not too much JS this week. I did finish up the tutorials on let and const, and passed the test on Template literals, although I don’t feel I fully grasped the concept so before I move into basic arrow syntax I’ll review those sections again. .
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Friday was fun because I spent half the day volunteering at the CT Humane Society. Was difficult not to bring home any pups, but I was responsible 🐶 😉. It’s a great organization, everything is very clean and they take amazing care of their animals. .
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Right now I’m on my friends boat heading out to do some fishing. Hopefully we come back with a few black fish for dinner. As I mentioned on @codernist post from today. I’m working on trying to get myself up earlier in the mornings. Since I started my new job I wake up about an hour before I should leave for work. It’s way too much rushing and I am usually late. My goal is to give myself about 2 1/2 hours in the morning. If it works this week I’ll post my routine. Fingers crossed 🤞🏼. .
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What are your goals for this week? #100daysofcode.

▪️ Fishin on a Sunday 🎣 and this weeks goals ▪️ . . Happy Sunday Devs! I can’t believe its been over a week since I posted. The week was busy but nothing overwhelming. Working on UAT test scripts for my database migrations at work. I was mostly working on my side projects after work, so not too much JS this week. I did finish up the tutorials on let and const, and passed the test on Template literals, although I don’t feel I fully grasped the concept so before I move into basic arrow syntax I’ll review those sections again. . . Friday was fun because I spent half the day volunteering at the CT Humane Society. Was difficult not to bring home any pups, but I was responsible 🐶 😉. It’s a great organization, everything is very clean and they take amazing care of their animals. . . Right now I’m on my friends boat heading out to do some fishing. Hopefully we come back with a few black fish for dinner. As I mentioned on @codernist post from today. I’m working on trying to get myself up earlier in the mornings. Since I started my new job I wake up about an hour before I should leave for work. It’s way too much rushing and I am usually late. My goal is to give myself about 2 1/2 hours in the morning. If it works this week I’ll post my routine. Fingers crossed 🤞🏼. . . What are your goals for this week? #100daysofcode ...

▪️ Saturdays are for… ▪️ .
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Hey devs 👋🏼 how’s your Saturday going? Mine has been half productive-ish, half not really doing much. My husband is in Long Island helping his parents, so I had the day open. Spent the morning not really doing anything but small tasks here and there. Finally decided to sit at my desk and get some additional work done for my full-time job to help out some co-workers have an easier week next week, and now I am working on some design assets for my side app project. Hoping all of this gives me a big jolt of energy so I can continue some JS tutorials, JS reading and maybe, just maybe, clean out the mess of a closet in my office…. but we will cross that bridge when we get there. 👩🏽‍💻😉
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Keeping it short today so I can get back to my checklist. Hope you all enjoy the rest of your weekend! 🍂✌🏼
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What are your Saturdays for? #100daysofcode.

▪️ Saturdays are for… ▪️ . . Hey devs 👋🏼 how’s your Saturday going? Mine has been half productive-ish, half not really doing much. My husband is in Long Island helping his parents, so I had the day open. Spent the morning not really doing anything but small tasks here and there. Finally decided to sit at my desk and get some additional work done for my full-time job to help out some co-workers have an easier week next week, and now I am working on some design assets for my side app project. Hoping all of this gives me a big jolt of energy so I can continue some JS tutorials, JS reading and maybe, just maybe, clean out the mess of a closet in my office…. but we will cross that bridge when we get there. 👩🏽‍💻😉 . . Keeping it short today so I can get back to my checklist. Hope you all enjoy the rest of your weekend! 🍂✌🏼 . . What are your Saturdays for? #100daysofcode ...

▪️ ES2015 and more reading▪️ .
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Happy Thursday devs ✌🏼 Hope you are all having a productive week. Mine got off to a good start with finally finishing the major Loops Arrays and Objects section of the @teamtreehouse tutorials. I think overall it took about 13 hours. Happy to be through it and have a good understanding of the JS syntax. Now my next objective is to get better at the logic portion of it. .
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The next session in the @teamtreehouse 36 hour course is to learn what’s new with ES2015/ES6, const and let, etc. and then I believe I get into jquery, node.js, webpack, and a bunch of other more advanced JS writing. I’m really looking forward to it. 😁👍🏼
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I’ve decided at this point to finally get through the John Duckett JavaScript/jQuery book 💯 by the end of the month. I know this book is extremely helpful and if I am able to get through it, I think it will really help me with my struggles in figuring out the logic. ➰
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In the meantime enjoy another angle of my setup. Thanks for all of the messages about it. What’s on your learning list for this week? #100daysofcode.

▪️ ES2015 and more reading▪️ . . Happy Thursday devs ✌🏼 Hope you are all having a productive week. Mine got off to a good start with finally finishing the major Loops Arrays and Objects section of the @teamtreehouse tutorials. I think overall it took about 13 hours. Happy to be through it and have a good understanding of the JS syntax. Now my next objective is to get better at the logic portion of it. . . The next session in the @teamtreehouse 36 hour course is to learn what’s new with ES2015/ES6, const and let, etc. and then I believe I get into jquery, node.js, webpack, and a bunch of other more advanced JS writing. I’m really looking forward to it. 😁👍🏼 . . I’ve decided at this point to finally get through the John Duckett JavaScript/jQuery book 💯 by the end of the month. I know this book is extremely helpful and if I am able to get through it, I think it will really help me with my struggles in figuring out the logic. ➰ . . In the meantime enjoy another angle of my setup. Thanks for all of the messages about it. What’s on your learning list for this week? #100daysofcode ...