AboutTrying to fit in to programming world
Skillsphp, js, sql
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Hello not a rant,
Are there MS SQL Server admins here who self taught and learn thru self study?
I work in a company where they use MS SQL Server as the database. I would love to 'understand' how to write efficient queries, and how things really work, not just selecting and joining table blindly and not understanding how things work.
Would you recommend how you understand MS SQL Server, or what learning path you took?
Thank you. I would appreciate any suggestions and comments.10
I have co workers who laugh at me everytime I discuss to them how we should create clean code. (create functions for repeating code, naming conventions, generic code).
I already created generic classes, generic database views that can be used by them if they want. But they create a new one with the same functionality.
I am a bit of a shy guy, and they are bit of loud, and I don't want to look like a know-it-all-guy, so I just let them do what they want.
I am just concerned how we can work easier by easily reading each others code.5
When I was in high school, on our computer subject, we pass all our machine problems(html), in a network folder.
I discovered that if I paste a text file in the network folder, my classmates can read and edit that file.
So what I did is I created a text file that serves like a chat room. We just put our names, and then our message and save it. It was fun. But of course our teacher found out so I got scolded, because the text file were full of profanities. Haha.
I think that was the moment that helped me develop my liking for computers...
How about you? When was the first time you realized that computers are amazing? :)4
Have you experienced solving a programming problem for hours, and when you finally got it, you just stare at your monitor and admire your code?
You just sit there smiling and thinking to yourself, finally you did something right. ehehehehehe
Happy Sunday buddies!5
fuck coworkers who will still disturbed you even you have your earphones on, just to debate you if you know the difference between a class and an object.
(also talks confidently and loud enough to attract other officemates attention.)
Turns out that this same asshole doesn't know what he is talking about. Then you proved him wrong , and in the end he will just copy what you are saying. In other words all the time wasted for nothing! fck
fuck these kind of people. my productivity suffers, also they look like fools.
fuck these assholes who are very specific in technical names and jargons but dont know how to use it. fuck you all arrogant asshole dipshit mdfckrr feeling superior and annoying
sorry peeps argghh
can someone give me a hug1
Why is Drupal counter intuitive and unwelcoming! Why make it hard for new comers!
If you are looking for a feature, you have to code it anyway. So much code under the hood but you always end up using contributed modules or create your own. fck fck fck. So many buggy modules.
fck fck fck1
Why is Drupal so hard to learn?!!!!!!
It feels like you are learning an entirely new language. Yes it makes hard things simple, at the same time making simple things hard to accomplish.
And also modules are buggy, you would fix bugs instead of doing your tasks.
I want to learn Drupal but I guess it is not friendly for beginners like me.11