AboutSoftware engineer working on distributed big data architectures. I also enjoy meeting new people, ping me and we can talk! https://twitter.com/RonnysBlog
SkillsJava, python, c#, Apache Metron, Apache Nifi, HBase, Apache Spark, Kafka...
Joined devRant on 7/21/2020
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This advice made me happy today, so I want to share it with you guys!
1. Never overspend your income.
2. Never live your life full of jealousy and resentments.
3. Great opportunity doesn't come often, when it comes make sure you take action.
[If you want :) share some other great advice you've heard]4
Not the worst documentation but the fact that I even have to google the simplest things every single time for the simplest problem. It’s time consuming, I get distracted and I feel dumb for not knowing how to read a Json :)4
So today after 5 years of working at my current company I decided that enough is enough... I called my boss (while being scared AF) and told him I quit. Now guys I know it is the middle of a pandemic going on right now but I want to focus 100% on my side project and I'm unsure if it will work or not, but it is a dream I want to be able to achieve. Damn it feels awesome to have a community where to say these things28
Hello my fellow DevRanters! 😁 A question for those of you who like to learn new stuff constantly, what are your tricks or tips you use to learn more? and enjoy the overall experience (do you write notes, read posts, etc) my reason to ask this is that oftentimes I forget everything I learned after 5 minutes, so maybe I'm doing something wrong5
Hi all 👋. I got, to be honest, we as developers have the opportunity to build whatever we can imagine but sometimes it just sucks having so many possibilities, it starts to get tiring really fast. So I got to ask you guys.
How do you decide on your jobs or side projects what is really important to accomplish without getting sidetracked?13
Hey guys!! My first time in this app and it seems really cool! What are some tips to get me started :)?19