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Kaizen is the practice of continuous improvement.
When I first began kicking the tires on Vue, I was quickly frustrated by my lack of understanding of how data is transferred between Laravel and Vue. I was comfortable with the way Laravel retrieved and stored data, but I couldn't figure out how to make Vue aware of Laravel's data!
I joined Zaengle at the beginning of 2015 becoming the third full-time developer on the team. Prior to that, I wore both a designer’s and developer’s hat as the internal tech person for a non-profit. Though I enjoy being able to focus entirely on development at this point, I’m grateful for the years I was required to design, as it provided me with a better understanding of the unique skills it takes.
Unbeknownst to their audience, technical teachers must walk a very fine line. Without realizing it, readers put a lot of faith into the teacher. After all, they must be on the path ahead of the reader, drawing from their experiences, and distilling down the parts they feel would benefit students the most.
I just got my hair cut... and it’s really, really bad. When I said “crew cut”, I was picturing what Lou the Barber in Florida gave me: short, but not shaved. However, Syd the Stylist in New York thought it meant get out the clippers and buzz off all my hair. All of it. Like I’m heading for boot camp, not a web-dev conference.