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Honestly I see more and more abstraction layers added and from year to year less people understanding how a computer and some algorithms works. In the end it would be like the mechanicum or whatever the name was of the w40k universum where the specialists have not a damn clue how their creations (in our case software) works and how to optimize it anymore6
i got a mail that a certain employer needed a fifth intern and i was the only one who replied. now two semesters later im still there. its not my most loved employer but they pay very good for that time and my current team is real nice
Simply the fact that i didn't started my dev carreer earlier because of lets say reasons which costs me 7 years of time which on one hand gave me a whole lot of experience across some fields but god damn it sucks being near thirty and still being a student while other friends are already leading teams and working on million euro projects -.-
from the students point of view: my it-security module last semester which had nothing new for me because i was thrown into an internship with no work prepared and had to teach myself for the whole semester in it-security which has shown me that said path was the right one for me :)
make your laugh (one funny video is enough^^) get noise canceling headphones. a cozy position. one mug of coffee (more do sadly lead to an interruption at some point) and start reading / coding or whatever you simply have to do.
since everybody seems to hate gradle i would like to say how much i like gradle for its possibility to build even big java projects from the commandline without the need of a a lot o scripts and especially the possibility to create a wrapper in order to use it even when its not installed on said machine.
it is the only reason why i am learning java now (i fucking loathe eclipse at the moment).
and regarding its speed. i had both. windows and linux. and for some reason i could only verify its slowliness on windows.1
i fucking hate that professor for whom i have to work on laboratory project right now.
well that wouldn't be not so bad if...
we wouldn't have to fucking debug his mistakes he put into the fucking prepared code AND his fucking useless instructions how to set up the project for eclipse the first time. not to mention his fucking requirements which make no sense
oh yeah im a student. i can always go and ask him for help if i need any...
i have another 70% mandatory course at the same time and that fucker refuses to upload hos sheets in moodle and answer even one fucking question via mail. not to mention no support if I am there unless i have eclipse setup. even through the projects should be build using gradle...
and all that wont even give us a grade. no ita simply a pass or fail part of the module which the course is part of.
have i also mentioned that the whole shit should be done in 20 hours according to the schedule9
ci tools in cooperation with git servers because i work on different machines and only one of them has the full development environment. (every other machine has only an editor (atom or vi) and git when it comes to dev tools)
knowing what an api does and which arguments it expects just by looking at it...it would safe so much time for me esspessialy when i haven't used the api or language in a while2