From January 2018 I want to write in more languages than only in English. I’ve chosen two additional languages, German and Czech.
This year which is ending taught me a couple of life lessons. Continue reading “7 Lessons of 2017”
We’ve made it to the last week, hopefully, The-one-who-must-not-be-named will wait for end of the world until 2018. Happy New Year!
So it’s last week before the madness called Christmas ends. I am at the moment busy with job interviews, answering recruiters and planning interviews around my work day. It’s complicated especially when someone wants to talk to me over the phone for a bit longer unannounced.
Last week was crazy, my LinkedIn messaging inbox is flooded by recruiters and I am starting to lose track of to whom I need to reply and my spoons are leaking as well. It’s also a learning experience in telling people no because not all positions are interesting or allow me to have reasonable hours.
With redesign I chose to make a space for an animation between the menu and the actual content. It’s always an SVG animation, so nothing which would cause huge data transfers, current one is 4KB big. I am close to paganism so Winter solstice is more important event to me than Christmas, so I made animation which represents it. Continue reading “How I made Winter solstice animation”
Week 48 of 2017 was a wild one for me personally. I gave notice at my day job (for a lot of reasons) and I submitted a proposal to speak at .concat(). Continue reading “Interesting things from the web – Week 49 of 2017”
I think that the title says it all and you can stop reading now and can go create a habit of building accessible apps and web sites. Continue reading “Accessibility isn’t one time thing, it’s a habit”
Week 48 of 2017 is a week when I gave notice at my day job. That means that I have next month before I’ll have to get serious about looking for a new job or try full time freelancing again. Continue reading “Interesting things from the web – Week 48 of 2017”