Day 86: 21 November 2020
Since I am an OpenClassRooms student, for the first time in my life I have a mentor.
At first I was very skeptical because I imagined something terribly boring and academic.
Instead, talking even just 30 minutes a week with someone more experienced in the field helps tremendously.
The advantage of having a second person who sees a typing error in the code…
A person who can suggest me a topic or an article to deepen my knowledge…
Yesterday I had my weekly meeting with my OpenClassRooms mentor to recap the situation.
As usual, I took quick notes of things to do and to fix:
I have almost completed the list of suggestions and changes to the code assigned to me by my mentor.
2. Created on MongoDB Atlas a second administrator account, so that I have two: one to delete or modify the tables, and the other to modify the contents of the database.
3. Removed (always within MongoDB Atlas) the unique index I had set for the userId field in the user collection. Since I removed this unique attribute in the schema I have to drop the index from the database.
4. Removed all the functions that allowed me to delete all sauces, get all registered users and delete an user.
Now I will directly use MongoDB Atlas instead!
In my list of things to do only remains:
6. Write the code for the EIGHT possible like/dislike combinations…
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