A reflection on my failure to build a viable product, so others can learn from my mistakes.
Lessons learned from a couple days spent debugging everything BUT the problem.
Most devs don't need a complicated setup for Python, they just need to get running. Leverage a single Docker command to run any version in isolation.
Do you want to be more than a code monkey? Learn to avoid blunders and become a superhero to your team.
My experience learning the language by building a small package.
It's so easy as a developer to dismiss the idea of learning no-code tools. After all, you know how to code, why spend time learning tools designed for those who can't?
Let's break it down and see how you only need 99 people's support for your side hustle to make a drastic change to your life.
Don't lose your tether to the original goal