Have you ever applied to many tech jobs that suit your experience and skill but never heard back? Does it feel like you are sending your resume to a black hole? Then this is something you absolutely must read. In this post, 3 tech recruiters in Sydney, Australia answer what they look for in a resume/candidate profile. They also open up about top 3 things they evaluate while conducting the first interview.
After you know what the tech recruiters are looking for you can tailor your resume that lands you an interview.
NodeJs was released almost 9 years ago. The default debugging process of NodeJs (read Node.js) is quite clumsy. You are already aware of the need to add
--inspect to the node script with node inspector. It is also dependent on chrome. Then look at the proper web socket connection which is hard and debug using chrome node debugger. To be honest, it is a pain in the neck.
Finally, Google chrome labs has released ndb, which they say is “An improved debugging experience for Node.js, enabled by Chrome DevTools”. It is a boon to debug a nodejs app.
I am going to show a step by step process of debugging nodejs application with ndb. In other words, you will learn how to debug a nodejs application using ndb. Below you can see it in action, let’s roll up your sleeves and get started:
I have never done this in the past 11 years of blogging, this time it is going to be different. I am listing the 5 most viewed posts from this blog in 2018. All posts are not from 2018 but they have been viewed more than the others. I am using my Google Analytics stats to compile this list. So, here I present the most popular blog posts of 2018 on Geshan.com.np:
Most of the tutorials you have read or watched till now usually do one thing, spoon-feeding. This is “OK” to learn a new thing but not good when you need to
solve a task. A task usually involves reaching a goal by overcoming a problem. This post unveils the most important “tip” for all beginner software engineers.
“SQL, Lisp, and Haskell are the only programming languages that I’ve seen where one spends more time thinking than typing.“ - Philip Greenspun
Even with thinking more than typing SQL (Structured Query Language) we software engineers use it as a way to pull data only.
We usually don’t leverage SQL’s power of data manipulation and do the needed changes in code.
This is quite prevalent in software engineers who work in web applications. This post aims to enlighten you about the powers of SQL you might know but generally don’t use.