22 Jan

I’m officially 1/2 way through the Udemy course on Selenium, and it’s already taught me a TON about both Selenium and Java, as well as gotten me very comfortable with the IntelliJ IDE.

That said, I’m getting a bit exhausted.

After a bit of thought, I’ve decided to add to my workload rather than subtract. I’ve been wanting to learn more about Ruby and Rails, and so I have signed up for another course at Udemy teaching, you guessed it, Ruby on Rails.

It’s a fair reward, I think, for getting as far as I have with Selenium and Java, and will give me something constructive to do when the Selenium training needs a break.

So you’ll probably be seeing some Ruby / Rails tidbits here in addition to the Selenium stuff. Lucky you!


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