In 2019 I focused on numbers for doing better in work and play. That focus caused most of my past year's regrets, and I plan to take a much different approach for 2020.
I've (mostly) left Twitter for over two weeks. The effects have ranged from good, amazing, and later on, horrible.
Find the approach to taking consistent notes on books and articles to accelerate your learning.
The Fourth of July reminded me that powerful writing and fireworks have some big things in common.
My journalism background taught me many things that still help me as a programmer. They cover workplace conversations, managing knowledge, making well-informed decisions, and the benefits of sprinting across campus in a blind panic.
As a coder and a writer, I've often felt inadequate with what I'm giving back to the world. But there are ways I can give back, however small they are.
Seeing so many professional writers emerge on Dev.To has helped me see, and accept, my casual blogger habits.