Coding Effort Introspection, 2nd Quarter Workshops, Code Sessions, & Twitch Streaming Schedule

I began learning Vue.js with sincerity a few months ago. But I also started several other #100DaysOfCode efforts (Database Dev Work and GraphQL Design & Dev) at the same time. This, in hindsight wasn’t the best idea. Since I was going to work on some of the #100DaysOfCode tracks outside of my regular day’s workload tackling multiple language stacks, even with the experience and familiarity I have with so many existing stacks it didn’t put me in a position to succeed.

But I digress, even in failure lessons have been learned and I’ll be beginning new with a different plan just next week. Hopefully, not only will this plan work better, but it could tangibly be of much better use for anybody that would want to learn these things too!

With that, I present, the new plan!

Starting on the week 27th I’ll start streaming on Wednesday at 5pm Pacific on Thrashing Code. On the Hasura HQ Channel I’ll be streaming on Tuesday at 9am Pacific and Thursday at 9pm Pacific, scheduling on two time points to cover more of the globe. Instead of daily hour long segments, these will likely go on for a few hours and it’ll be easier to join, ask questions, hang out, chat, and all the things that make a stream entertaining and useful. The lagniappe of this schedule will allow me to more easily cut shorter segments for those that will find those useful, but can’t really join for the longer session. It’ll be a win win for me and the audience.

Thrashing Code Guests

On the 14th of July, Russell Spitzer will be joining me to talk about tech stack, dev environment, and very likely a few things about ole’ New Orleans! Join us for that conversation and let’s dig into all the topics!

The Music of Thrashing Code

The music streams, alas, are again pushed further into the future. I’ve decided I’m going to put together a little bit more before I start streaming that, plus I’d like to get a little bit more into practice before shredding live on stream. For your sake and mine! 🤘🏻

To join in on live sessions;

Aside from the regularly scheduled things above, I’ve scheduled some workshops again as people found those useful. These workshops I’ve scheduled below. It is important to note that these are in addition to the workshops I will provide in the coming weeks and months through Hasura.

Getting Started with Hasura GraphQL API and Postgres (Click for tickets)

Full Migrations, Metadata, and Seeds Workflow with Hasura(Click for tickets)

Future Workshops

Finally, a little help from you dear readers, below I’ve added a poll of several presentations and workshops that I’d like to give in the coming months and would like to get your suggestions on prioritization — i.e. which would the most of you find useful for me to focus on first?

Quick Link to Poll for Priority: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSdrxPEjPqDLn8GhG1pVOvrhMXP_0LEBqiJirIOUsLkQWA1_jw/viewform?usp=sf_link

SQL Coding (Click to vote) — An introduction to SQL coding. Covering the following material:

Data Modeling with Relational Databases (Click to vote) — A dive into the 3rd normal form, and the normalization and denormalization of data, including nuanced tips n’ tricks to types and modeling.

Advanced SQL Coding(Click to vote) — Going beyond the introduction material and delving into the depths of query writing, batch processing, transactions, and other advanced features of SQL.

GraphQL Servers (Click to vote) — Need a custom GraphQL server? Not sure where to start? In this workshop I’ll provide an introduction to writing GraphQL Servers. Somewhat a language agnostic workshop, but I will pick one to implement a server in for reference in the workshop. Ideally we’ll pick one before the workshop and I’ll use it based on what the students in the workshop would prefer.

GraphQL Clients (Click to vote) — This workshop assumes you’ve got your GraphQL Server all setup and ready for use. Now we just need to ensure our clients are getting, and using the data from the server effectively.

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