This is a note for myself.
I have a string “version=1.234.5” and I want to get the value after the equal and keep the value in a variable. Here is what I have done.
In addition, if I want to retain the part before the equal…
Bash looks so cryptic… I use it for wherever necessary but not my favorite language.
I’ve always wanted to be a good engineer. I consider myself a “good enough” engineer but maybe not a good engineer yet. I’m going to list the qualities for good engineers below.
- Technical knowledge
- Communication skill
- Programming skill
- Networking knowledge
- Security knowledge
- Respect for others
- Documentation skills
I’m sure someone can add more to this list but that’s what I think of right now. As I see them now, I am far from my ideal engineer…
One day, when I was watching a technical YouTube channel, this guy said that to be a good engineer, you have to be somewhat jerk. I guess he meant it takes being aggressive without a fear of hurting someone’s feelings to get things done, but I don’t really agree with him. I believe if you are a truly good engineer, your communication skill is very good to a point where you can nicely persuade your fellow engineers. I have met such engineers that I respect and keep in touch even now.
Technical skill is the most important one to be a good engineer but that’s not all that it takes. We are all humans before we are engineers. We ought to remember that.
I am attending DockerCon 2019 in San Francisco in April!