tl;dr this was the best career and life decision I have ever made.
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Molly and Zoey sunglasses | Molly and Zoey dress | A’Gaci heels
This dress is a blessing for Floridian summers.
It allows me to a) prance around outside and not overheat/sweat like a pig, b) snuggle up to code in bed without worrying about the material getting wrinkled, and c) keep up the illusion that I’m a stylish person. I stumbled upon it at a local boutique called Molly and Zoey in St. Armands Circle; if you’re in the Sarasota area, go check it out! It’s pretty new, and everything in it is comfy and affordable.
Between Wednesday Sips and weekend brunch and countless escapades through the city this summer, I began my career as a software developer.
I got to attend daily stand-ups and work on tickets for the Urban Outfitters and Anthropologie iOS apps with the other engineers, and had an opportunity to lead a three-intern team in developing Snap & Match as part of my intern project. This internship made me learn a lot about good software engineering habits, both technical and non-technical. Here are some of the big ones.