Recently I started learning Go, and my first exercise forced me to setup a debugger, revisit a common issue, and learn some of the tooling ecosystem for Go.
Some pictures from hiking at Pedernales Falls
It feels like every time I step away from React and come back something has changed. This time it was useEffect. This turns into a walk through learning how an old data fetching habit led me to see a design flaw and reflect on error messages and documentation.
Upon starting a new job, I was challenged by for the first time being in a place that doesn't use any language I have previous/extensive experience in. So, I thought it would be interesting to capture some first impressions about getting into Python and these frameworks. Learning curve and mistakes imminent...
While developing the landing page for this site, I was finally confronted with the issue of needing to optimize the image loading behavior. Admittedly, this has been a problem for a while, but I've been ignoring it.
Recently, I went through a layoff, and it left me reflecting. It was my first AppSec role. And it was quite different than I expected. So, after spending over a year questioning my role, seeking job opportunities, then forced through a layoff, and then finally landing in a new role after said layoff...I felt like I needed to take inventory of where I'd been.