I worked on my first contribution to a major F# project. I learned a lot about writing idiomatic F# and now my code is part of a major project used by text editors using F#.
We want simpler software systems to work with but we also want to find the best use of a technology for a use case. How can we balance these needs and move forward on projects that require our creativity.
Guiding your career should be based on taking on harder and harder challenges and not just the tech stack. It’s normal to feel hesitant about changing and that what happened to me but embracing change allowed me to excel in a new area I never expected I could.
What are the strategies that software delivery teams do to make an outsize impact on their organization? Where is the emphasis and focus?
How can embracing devops lead to higher outcome of quality software? How can quality engineers lead/guide this effort?
What does the role of a Software Quality Engineer or a Software Developer in Test entail? Where is the value add for a team and how can team members add value in their own way.
Creating software is a different mindset than critiquing it
Looking back at some of the projects I have worked on
I started exploring with with python’s new async integration to scrape data from a website.
I built an HTML scraper to save leads to a database and learned about dotnet core in the process.