My JS Story Valeri Karpov
Welcome to the 11th My JS Story! Today, Charles Max Wood welcomes Valeri Karpov. Valeri is a Platform Tech Lead at Booster Fuels, the author of Professional Angular JS and The 80/20 Guide to ES2015 Generators, and a blogger at codebarbarian.com. He is also the one who maintains mongoose JS. Stay tuned to My JS Story Valeri Karpov to learn more how he started coding and what he is currently up to!
Start of His Coding Journey
Just like how any kid of his age did, he got so fascinated with Pokémon. When he learned using the internet, he found out that it had a lot of Pokémon stuff in there. He then started to learn everything about the game such as stats, levels, and strategies. That interest led him to know about HTML, CSS, PHP, and a lot more.
Valeri was around 9 or 10 when he got started with PHP and HTML. His parents bought him a book on HTML which he read from cover to cover. When he reached high school, he remembers participating in algorithms contest. In college, he then majored CS and realized he was going to be a nerd for life.
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Valeri: archetype–js on NPM and Ramda
Charles: Kubo, little cars controlled by iPhone or android, Google cardboard based goggles at Walmart
Pokemon, Scavenger/LevelUp, Prototype.js, Scriptaculous.js, jQuery, Karma, Js test driver, Selenium, Sauce Labs, Mongoose, MongoDB, Github Issues, CI (Continuous Integration), Go, Angular 1, Aaron Hackman, MySQL, PostgreSQL, MEAN Stack, Python, Python dictionaries, SQL, Memcached, Ruby on Rails, Wiley publishing, 80/20 ES2015 Generators, Todd Motto, The 4 hour body by Tim Ferriss, Co, Mongoose 4.8, RxJS, Archetype, BoosterFuels, Software is about people, Community Best Practices, React, Facebook, Redux