Who should not read this book? If you think reading is simple waste of time. If you do not like programming. If you think you are an awesome programmer and there is no scope of improvements in the way you code.
Today has been quite the successful day. I started the day by wanting to learn more about building pipelines for development. So i started off by deploying #hubot on #heroku and integrate it with #hangoutschat . Then by creating a heroku pipeline I was able successfully publish the updated code to production. Next I created a new app engine server to alert a hangouts chatroom with build information from a circleci webhook. Afterwards created a new #circleci pipeline to build another #github repo
"True strength lies in her ability to embrace her feminine core, and whilst she may be a high achiever, and whilst she may be very intelligent – her real strength is in her true femininity. And in her character" . Being strong and being feminine can seem like different ends of a spectrum. It's not - you can be both . I've always been a taller, more filled out female. As a teenager, I felt quite manly with my bigs hands and feet, and desire to try and be physically strong - not very good for a young woman's self esteem. Because at the same time, I wanted to be pretty and girly (despite being a hardcore tomboy and loving it) . I'm not sure when, but one day I realized I can be both. One day I can dress up/do my make up like a diva, and other days I can dress more tomboy, and try to outflex the boys 😂 . I've never felt more feminine than I do now 😄 I love it