Andy Clarke is one of dozen or so people in the web industry whom I follow because what they say makes me either think and realize how much I don’t know yet or dig deeper and experiment on my own. So when his new book was released I had to get it.
Austin Kleon has published another short book with a lot of hand-drawn doodles and blacked out newspapers. The timing of the release was from my point of view impeccable. Continue reading “Book review: Keep Going”
I’ve been getting news from not only the tech industry through Twitter for over a decade. I’ve got to know awesome people in the process. Now it’s time to stop using it as intensively. There are several reasons to cut the influence that wretched site has on my life. Here are four of mine.
May 2019 will mark two and a half years of me working in corporate environment as a software developer, front-end leaning web developer to be precise. It feels like a good time to reflect on that and ponder what to do next in 2019 and early 2020.
Last Thursday three recruiters messaged me. Two of them got a polite answer that what they have is not suited for me, the third one didn’t get an answer because it felt pointless.
At the beginning of my personal Dear Data project, I got myself a small notebook for recording the data. Unfortunately only after day or two of recording I found myself with a lot of noise or useless data.
Writing code is political, designing is political. Our politics needs to improve the world, not destroy it.
Despite my dyslexia I like to read books although I prefer to smell the books more. A year has ended, so let’s look what I’ve read.
My first version of CSS was 2 and the latest CSS version is 3 which was kind of released in early 2010’s. And since then we are to some degree stuck with it even though CSS from 2018 is a lot more capable than CSS from 2012.