Putting knowledge to some use


Well this year i said to myself i would do something my friend Helder Gurgel always told me: just-in-time (JIT) learning. Or in other words, learn as you need to.

I used to read about all sort of topics, because maybe someday someone would ask me about it, or just in case i need it.

I’m not saying you shouldn’t read books cover-to-cover. When you are studying the principles and foundations of some new tech, it’s good to know how it is all structured. But after sometime, i realized he is right.

So after i took that MongoDB course, not till the end unfortunately, i decided to use some of what i’ve learned to build something.

What you may ask? I still don’t know! But i’ll make some demo at least, play around with it, learn the pros and cons, and hopefully, release something.

Oh and this time i won’t be using Java with MongoDB. I’ll be using Node.js + Loopback.

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Web Engineer at 10up

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