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Many priviledged coders make a common mistake when thinking other coders should simply 'try harder.'
My mind's first reaction is often negative, and I try to work around these carefully so they don't pull me down.
Seeing so many professional writers emerge on Dev.To has helped me see, and accept, my casual blogger habits.
Another message to my past self, this time on the importance of accessibility, how to achieve it, and how to test it.
Asking for help is important, but so is learning how to give problems your best shot beforehand.
Three useful lessons taken away from my first, and possibly last, actual luxury vacation
Discovering ourselves means finding activities to fuel our productivity, empathy, and sense of empathy.
Willpower is less about 'powering through' lazy moments and more about evading them with careful planning.
I write a letter to my past self about the Shell's importance I wish I'd focused on earlier in my career.
When getting feedback from coworkers about your code, don't let your ego stop you from doing better.
Is uniqueness something natural for us, or does it take work?
Despite confidence in my 'Maintainble CSS' talk, a lack of focus made it go long. Here's how I don't plan to repeat those mistakes.
Inspirational-sounding goals seem good, but have gotten me nowhere. Measurable goals force me to step up and try.
Verbal abuse shouldn't be dismissed as silly or unimportant. There's easy ways to recognize and handle it.