MJS 129: Filipa Lacerda
Filipa originally wanted to study Economy but when she got to university she decided to major in Communications thinking it would be a lot more about communication and not as much about coding. At first she really didn't like the coding aspect of it but then as time went by she actually started to enjoy coding.
When she first started working she started out on the User Experience side, but then she wanted to switch to building stuff with code because she wanted to see results really fast and enjoyed that aspect of coding.
Charles asks why she stuck with that degree instead of switching it and Filipa explains that at first because she didn't want to go back and re - take the exams and also decided that this degree offered many job opportunities in many different industries and now she can't imagine herself doing anything else.
Filipa then talks about why she is working with Vue and all the different kind of projects she has done using Vue as well as what working for GitLab looks like on a day to day basis.
Host: Charles Max Wood
Joined by Special Guest: Filipa Lacerda
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Charles Max Wood:
What is the best technology and how do you pick it?
A lot of the times the best technology is tnot the fastest one but the one that works best for your project and lets you build on top of what you already have most easily.
What is an aspect of Vue that draws a lot of developers ?
The Vue community, the fact that it is an open source project and ease of use and versatility are big attractions to developers.