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Discussion in 'The Mainboard' started by Walt Disney, Jul 15, 2015.
I do. Although you're going to have to be more specific.
was tasked with setting up a new test environment this sprint. Figured out real quick that we need to automate this somehow. We have way, way, too many policies, security groups, roles, passwords, etc. It's been a pretty miserable week.
can you eli5
Mine was too
Nah, I'm interested in hearing what you're working on if it fits into what I asked in even a general sense. I personally work on physical and vision datasets
My whole development group got let go this week out of the blue
I get hit up by recruiters all the time in the Atlanta area, just start going through LinkedIn and Glassdoor. Were you a dev yourself?
Yep, with some proj management experience. I've got LinkedIn and hired.com going, but good point on Glassdoor.
I wouldn't sweat it, take your time and choose a company you feel good about because there are tons of jobs here.
LMAO, can't believe it since I'd be probably the most ignorant Elixir guy speaking, but my talk got accepted. Now I have to convince my wife to let me go while she takes care of our 2 year old.
I have to go to a wedding in San Antonio the next month so maybe I can convince her for all of us to go to SF for a quick trip.
If we have any Ruby developers here, the Tampa Bay Rays are looking to hire.
Anyone have any experience using VMWare's Clarity guidelines?
We're adopting their UI guidelines while using our own internal Angular 8 component libraries. Starting wireframing my project soon so I've got to spend some time looking it over.
Who has a good book recommendation for getting introduced to Python? I fully plan on using hands on models and free course work, but I have a vacation planned next month and would like some extra reading material while sitting my ass on the beach.
For reference I’m in info security and want to diverse my skill set, plus introduce some scripts for automating processes.
For generic python:
Whats the protocol for utilizing LSP against docker containers.
I want to utilize python-lsp so I can have my django niceties, but bc I'm not using a virtualenv python-lsp doesn't recognize the django syntax.
Any way around this outside of building a venv
I’ve been doing exclusively node for 3 years, trying (again) to add some new skills. Python seems the way to go for big data/machine learning type work so I’ll give it another shot.
Look at the No Starch Press catalog. There's books on basics as well as some security related ones as well.
They should elixir
I type python every day, so if anyone has any questions I'm happy to help.
Noob question, trying to put a Boolean string together for a customer and I keep getting an error. Where did I fuck up?
cur_title: (“underwriter~2) AND degrees: bachelors AND majors: (finance or accounting) AND (“Associate in Fidelity and Surety Bonding” OR AFSB) AND NOT cur_company: liberty mutual
idk what language this is or if it's typed how you coded it, but you've got some strings in quotes, some not and the first cur_title just has a quote at the start of the string.
Is this a query string for sqlalchemy or something? The syntax seems off.
Sup funbois, gave my first Elixir related talk at a conference covering an IoT related project using the Nerves framework. Walt Disney colonelrascals
I don’t understand why every company doesn’t switch to elixir
There’s so many things it does out of the box that you have to implement yourself in python/other languages
Are you mike Bloomberg lmbo
Examples? I’m honestly curious as I’ve never dig into Eixir
Look up what OTP is in Elixir/Erlang and supervision trees.
This is the talk that turned me on to Elixir and the BEAM (vm that runs the languages similar to the JVM).
I'm a short dude, fight me in a Publix parking lot.
Looks cool. Haven’t had time to watch the video but I will. So are supervision trees just some sort of orchestrator that monitors processes and restarts/stops unhealthy ones?
OTP just seems like the middleware/libraries used on top of the Erlang language?
had a 4 part final interview for a position that would have been a huge step up for me. Nailed the first 2 parts which were all practical application/explanations of concepts but struggled in the last 2 which were data structure heavy.
I get why they ask those questions but it's also kind of annoying since I don't deal with those types of problems at work now and almost certainly wouldn't at that position either.
at least they were speedy with their rejection email
now that I think about it I did completely butcher the last question. It was about finding a way to store all words in the dictionary and I didn't mention a tree or trie, which is basically cs 101