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#Repost @cinetracer (@get_repost)
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Just secured the ✨YouTube.com/CineTracer✨ custom URL 🍻

I hear all of the feedback and requests and day by day I am either fixing, adding, or re-designing to make those things possible.

Specifically:
• “Undo” is very hard.  Most “games” don’t do this, but I’m re designing to make it possible.
• multi select / grouping is hard as well.  But not as hard as undo.
• character posing and walking.  I am slowly making changes and bug fixes to make this easier / possible.

Thanks for the support and for sharing what you have been creating 🙏
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    #Repost @cinetracer (@get_repost)
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    Just secured the ✨YouTube.com/CineTracer✨ custom URL 🍻

    I hear all of the feedback and requests and day by day I am either fixing, adding, or re-designing to make those things possible.

    Specifically:
    • “Undo” is very hard. Most “games” don’t do this, but I’m re designing to make it possible.
    • multi select / grouping is hard as well. But not as hard as undo.
    • character posing and walking. I am slowly making changes and bug fixes to make this easier / possible.

    Thanks for the support and for sharing what you have been creating 🙏
  •  5  1  13 minutes ago
  • This is gonna be good
  • This is gonna be good
  •  8  3  23 minutes ago
  • Working on one thing at a time ✔️
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Back into the update tonight. Another big week is ahead as the goal is to get v1.6.0 up and out. It’s been about a month since the last update and we have done pretty well since then.
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Still some bugs left to fix and correct in this upcoming update along with improving flow and user usage 😁
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Changing some of the ui up and going with a new white nav bar and we’ll see how that plays out. A lot of changes are coming along with a new Progress tab to allow users to watch themselves grow over time. Charts upon charts upon charts will be added to help break down days, weeks, and years 👀 Can’t wait to start sharing more of what the new UI looks like soon 👊🏼
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How does your week look?
  • Working on one thing at a time ✔️
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    Back into the update tonight. Another big week is ahead as the goal is to get v1.6.0 up and out. It’s been about a month since the last update and we have done pretty well since then.
    -
    Still some bugs left to fix and correct in this upcoming update along with improving flow and user usage 😁
    -
    Changing some of the ui up and going with a new white nav bar and we’ll see how that plays out. A lot of changes are coming along with a new Progress tab to allow users to watch themselves grow over time. Charts upon charts upon charts will be added to help break down days, weeks, and years 👀 Can’t wait to start sharing more of what the new UI looks like soon 👊🏼
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    How does your week look?
  •  53  3  26 minutes ago
  • Summary: problem-solving is like journey. There could be many different ways to get to the destination but not all of them are optimal.
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This is an introduction to a 7-part series on problem-solving. It applies to a lot of situations and not just programming.

I know that I am a very impatient programmer. I tend to scan through a problem quickly and with the desired results in mind, I blindly jump into solving it. Has this method worked for me? Yes. Is it optimal? Absolutely not. I have many negative experiences yet I still do the same thing.

Let me break down one of my extreme problem-solving sessions that I have had so far:
read through problem --> visualize problem in my mind --> sketch my solution after visualization --> think of possible scenarios not covered and add to sketch --> make some tea/chocolate/coffee --> start coding --> lots of debugging and research on why my wonderful code isn't cooperating --> still coding 3 days later --> read problem again carefully --> pseudo code and research --> start coding afresh --> finish in almost a tenth of the time I originally spent coding the first time 
Out of the ~3days spent, work done in <1 day is what truly had an impact. Just because a solution is arrived at doesn't mean that I am a good problem-solver. I know I'm not the only one who does this so in the coming posts, I will share with you 7 steps to problem-solving that can help you and I be the great geniuses we know we're meant to be.

#softwaredeveloper #softwareengineer #computerscience #coding #coder #programmer #programming #tech #algorithm #motivation #studyspo #studyblr #handwriting #unilife #pythonprogramming #selfcare #photooftheday #photoofthenight
  • Summary: problem-solving is like journey. There could be many different ways to get to the destination but not all of them are optimal.
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    This is an introduction to a 7-part series on problem-solving. It applies to a lot of situations and not just programming.

    I know that I am a very impatient programmer. I tend to scan through a problem quickly and with the desired results in mind, I blindly jump into solving it. Has this method worked for me? Yes. Is it optimal? Absolutely not. I have many negative experiences yet I still do the same thing.

    Let me break down one of my extreme problem-solving sessions that I have had so far:
    read through problem --> visualize problem in my mind --> sketch my solution after visualization --> think of possible scenarios not covered and add to sketch --> make some tea/chocolate/coffee --> start coding --> lots of debugging and research on why my wonderful code isn't cooperating --> still coding 3 days later --> read problem again carefully --> pseudo code and research --> start coding afresh --> finish in almost a tenth of the time I originally spent coding the first time
    Out of the ~3days spent, work done in <1 day is what truly had an impact. Just because a solution is arrived at doesn't mean that I am a good problem-solver. I know I'm not the only one who does this so in the coming posts, I will share with you 7 steps to problem-solving that can help you and I be the great geniuses we know we're meant to be.

    #softwaredeveloper #softwareengineer #computerscience #coding #coder #programmer #programming #tech #algorithm #motivation #studyspo #studyblr #handwriting #unilife #pythonprogramming #selfcare #photooftheday #photoofthenight
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  • Good morning. This gives me life ☕

Mosquitoes have eaten me alive and I decided to get up. I was feeling rested and thought it was about 6am, but it was barely 3:50am when I got up! 
I normally struggle to get out of bed in the morning and end up getting up too late (8am...) Maybe it's because I sleep more than what my body needs and would be fine getting up at 4/5am? 🤷 
I would have time to do so many things before work! And I could go to work earlier and also leave earlier. Actually I only see advantages. 
What is a good sleeping schedule?
  • Good morning. This gives me life ☕

    Mosquitoes have eaten me alive and I decided to get up. I was feeling rested and thought it was about 6am, but it was barely 3:50am when I got up!
    I normally struggle to get out of bed in the morning and end up getting up too late (8am...) Maybe it's because I sleep more than what my body needs and would be fine getting up at 4/5am? 🤷
    I would have time to do so many things before work! And I could go to work earlier and also leave earlier. Actually I only see advantages.
    What is a good sleeping schedule?
  •  6  2  29 minutes ago

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  • What is your computer? 🔥📷: @kevo.codes
  • What is your computer? 🔥📷: @kevo.codes
  •  3,064  106  13 hours ago
  • Hi I’ve killed two giant spiders this morning and TBH I’d MUCH rather deal with code bugs than actual ones!!!
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But anywayyyy it’s still so good to be home and back in my usual workspace. Happy Monday to everyone except spiders!!
  • Hi I’ve killed two giant spiders this morning and TBH I’d MUCH rather deal with code bugs than actual ones!!!
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    But anywayyyy it’s still so good to be home and back in my usual workspace. Happy Monday to everyone except spiders!!
  •  1,763  28  11 hours ago
  • After reviewing hundreds of CVs I came to conclusion that most CVs stink 💩
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How to create an awesome CV? 🤩
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👉 Keep it short
People don't like reading long documents. Most CVs are multi-page documents with too much information. Short and concise CVs leave positive impression on the reader. Simple structure. Simple sentences. Fewer list items. No multi-level bulleted lists. One page maximum.
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👉 Keep it relevant
Don't list all frameworks and libraries you've played with. For example: Vue, Vuex, Vuex-Persist, Vue-Router, Vue-Resource, Vue-Draggable, Vue-Material could have been replaced by Vue. If someone will ask you about the whole list, you can have a nice conversation during the interview. Long lists are NOT impressive. They are annoying. Choose 5-10 technologies related to the role you applied and remove the rest.
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👉 Keep it professional
If you worked as a bartender, it has nothing to do with software development. Leave it out. If your primary email is mega.lover.86@domain.com, don't tell anybody and create a professional email instead: name@domain.com. If you don't have a good portait, don't put a family picture or a selfie. Create a portrait. Your life motto, love for Britney Spears and truck driver license are not important, too.
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👉 Keep it portable
Not everyone has Word, OpenOffice or iWork installed on their computer. If you want your CV to be viewable, create a nicely-looking PDF. If you are a web developer, you can go extra mile and build an impressive CV using modern web technology. Still, remember to attach a PDF version.
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❤️ Good CV examples: bit.ly/unicorn_cv2
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Enjoy!
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#code #programming #developer #coding #wordpress #programmer #webdeveloper #javascript #womenintech #softwaredeveloper #girlswhocode #worldcode #learntocode #reactjs #developerlife #angularjs #100daysofcode #pythonprogramming #peoplewhocode #fullstackdeveloper #vuejs #backenddeveloper #dotnet #mobiledevelopment #cv
  • After reviewing hundreds of CVs I came to conclusion that most CVs stink 💩

    How to create an awesome CV? 🤩

    👉 Keep it short
    People don't like reading long documents. Most CVs are multi-page documents with too much information. Short and concise CVs leave positive impression on the reader. Simple structure. Simple sentences. Fewer list items. No multi-level bulleted lists. One page maximum.

    👉 Keep it relevant
    Don't list all frameworks and libraries you've played with. For example: Vue, Vuex, Vuex-Persist, Vue-Router, Vue-Resource, Vue-Draggable, Vue-Material could have been replaced by Vue. If someone will ask you about the whole list, you can have a nice conversation during the interview. Long lists are NOT impressive. They are annoying. Choose 5-10 technologies related to the role you applied and remove the rest.

    👉 Keep it professional
    If you worked as a bartender, it has nothing to do with software development. Leave it out. If your primary email is mega.lover.86@domain.com, don't tell anybody and create a professional email instead: name@domain.com. If you don't have a good portait, don't put a family picture or a selfie. Create a portrait. Your life motto, love for Britney Spears and truck driver license are not important, too.

    👉 Keep it portable
    Not everyone has Word, OpenOffice or iWork installed on their computer. If you want your CV to be viewable, create a nicely-looking PDF. If you are a web developer, you can go extra mile and build an impressive CV using modern web technology. Still, remember to attach a PDF version.

    ❤️ Good CV examples: bit.ly/unicorn_cv2

    Enjoy!

    #code #programming #developer #coding #wordpress #programmer #webdeveloper #javascript #womenintech #softwaredeveloper #girlswhocode #worldcode #learntocode #reactjs #developerlife #angularjs #100daysofcode #pythonprogramming #peoplewhocode #fullstackdeveloper #vuejs #backenddeveloper #dotnet #mobiledevelopment #cv
  •  1,702  63  18 hours ago
  • Me vs my computer ⚔️
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I’ve been taking the last few days to think up ideas for my new website ⚡️ I’m going to be using React, Gatsby, Contentful, and Netlify. I’m going to be creating something similar to a blog, but mainly posting how-to’s and tutorials for beginners. .
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I’m planning on taking a few months to create this, so stay on the lookout 👀
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What are you working on? Have you ever used Gatsby?
  • Me vs my computer ⚔️
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    I’ve been taking the last few days to think up ideas for my new website ⚡️ I’m going to be using React, Gatsby, Contentful, and Netlify. I’m going to be creating something similar to a blog, but mainly posting how-to’s and tutorials for beginners. .
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    I’m planning on taking a few months to create this, so stay on the lookout 👀
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    What are you working on? Have you ever used Gatsby?
  •  1,574  37  14 July, 2019