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This is what my co-worker sets the DynamoDB table to make the web app reasonably responsive.
And keep in mind we haven't shipped it to any customer yet.
Geezus farking christ.3
Be confident. Know your self worth.
I remember one of the best interviews I've had. I knew I'm qualified for the job so I went in with a mentality of "if they want me, they will want me" (in a nice, non-cocky way). It really calmed me down and helped me get the job.
Whenever I find answers after Googling for a long time, I open those links and immediately loose my concentration. I just let those answers pages hang out in my browser while I go do something fun and distracting...
How to piss off a developer?
1) Make your SDK bundled with an IDE and provide no way to update only the SDK, forcing them to loose all of their IDE settings and customizations.
2) Make GNU tools bundled in the SDK that are compiled 10 years ago and haven't been updated.
3) Provide a Linux version of the SDK, but only save all files in Windows-style line endings.
4) Provide SDKs that introduce bugs and break builds.
I switched to using Ubuntu as my primary development environment about a month ago from Windows and I couldn't be happier! The initial setup was a pain in the neck (esp. display scaling issues, which Windows 10 is much better at than Ubuntu), but now that it's all set up, I'm lovin' it!6
Why the fuck hasn't Google come out with an updated design guideline for TABLETS?! All this beautiful material design but it looks like shit on a tablet!!2