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The Next Phase of my Career: Test Automation Development

In recent weeks, I have sought a new employer, but I did not look in vain. Within a couple days of updating my Indeed.com resume, I was recruited to a new Information Technology position. But I also applied. So, it was standard process. The company is Quintrix Solutions, a Mindlance Company. Actually, I gave Mindlance my resume through Indeed. The representatives approved my initial interest, but they required I pass a technical assessment. Since I had recently worked on a Pi app, gaining a multi-threading understanding, I felt confident. So, I took the assessment without preparation. But it was a hard reality check. So, I only passed by ~20 points over the failure rate, so I think it was like a B or B-. If I had not dedicated most of my effort to the quantitative assessment, I would have been declined this job opportunity. In the test, the hardest parts were the simple interest calculations because I normally work on series and sequences regarding things I already know. But the simp

To Priyab Dash's Blog, a Response: Issues with VSCODE License — You should worry

On October 27, 2019, Priyab Dash wrote Issues with VSCODE License — You should worry . On my development experience, Dash's criticism #ad Dash wrote, "We developers are very particular about our IDEs and with a good reason." Dash accorded, I, a, developer, with a good reason, am a very particular Integrated Development Environment surrounding. Dash wrote that I spend my major development time: with an Integrated Development Environment, unknown and unspecific work, and love and care choosing the right Integrated Development Environment. Dash wrote I also spend unknown and unspecific time: seeing the ecosystem category, the Integrated Development Environment providing, and why my other community members use it. On good and evil #ad In Scripture, priests instructed: good. To his Roman-located family, the Tarsus man, Saul, attributed his name, " Do not be overcome by evil, but overcome evil with good. " (Rom 12:21, NIV).

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