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davemo/README.md

Hi there, I'm Dave Mosher 👋🏻

davemo on a wakeboard

I'm a 🇨🇦 Full-Stack Engineer

  • 📍 Based in Kemptville, ON
  • 👨🏼‍💻 I love JavaScript, Svelte, Devops, CSS and just about everything in between!
  • 💼 Currently working for Pulley, improving the equity management experience for startups.
  • Fun fact: I can do a pretty good Donald Duck voice.
  • 🤔 You can read what I'm thinking about on my blog.
  • 🎶 I compose and upload music on bandcamp and soundcloud.

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    # So, You Want to be a Systems Engineer
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    **Systems Engineering** (also known as Infrastructure Engineering, Operations Engineering, or DevOps) is a challenging but rewarding career path. Because Systems Engineering draws from a wide variety of smaller topics, it can be hard to know where to start and in what order to begin. This resource is intended to give you a sketch of _some_ of the learning-paths that that can lead you to a career in Systems Engineering.
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    ## What do I need to know?
  2. An intermediate/advanced look at how to use Angular JS in conjunction with a server-side.

    PHP 446 120

  3. An Introduction to Angular.JS

    HTML 82 60

  4. A Course for teaching AngularJS, from fundamentals to advanced topics

    JavaScript 69 20

  5. A custom app workflow to teach people how to use Grunt.js

    JavaScript 48 43

  6. Frontend Workflows with Angular JS

    JavaScript 46 25

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