SkillsC++, Python, CMake
Joined devRant on 1/10/2020
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It finally happened. I was asked for printer support. By my brother for his Linux laptop.
I don't know how I should feel about that.8
For me it's mostly ego boosting when my work and effort are validated and appreciated.
One time during the employee evaluation I got a very good feedback and a raise. Not much, but at least I didn't have to ask for it.
Our QA process consists of only manual testing so I started to implement unit tests for all the new projects I started on. Even though my boss is all in favour of improving our development process did he grumble a bit that it takes too long. But it did feel good when I told him that I managed to find a few bugs thanks to the unit tests that I wouldn't have anticipated otherwise. Now it's expected that all my code is unit tested.
I got a small boost when I gave my colleague an off-the-cuff mathematical proof for a challenge similar to AoC. It was targeted at schoolchildren and he did it separately to his kids. He was so impressed that he took a photo of the proof to show it to his kids.