Dana Fried’s tweet about resources that every human has has been on my mind a lot lately. Especially because it goes against logic that plenty of entrepreneurs spout. Time is not as valuable as one may think.
Some of us, developers, do have a weird relationship with documentation. All of us love it when we need it and very few of us are willing to write one. Continue reading “Day 7 – Documenting”
As designers and developers we have to accept the fact that whatever we create will used in ways that we did not anticipate. Now what?
Both SlothCMS and Blogvember 2019 are projects where I experienced failures. In case of the latter the lastest failure happened yesterday.
There is a stupid joke: “Two front-end developers meet at a bar and have nothing to say.” My stance on stupidity of this joke is that it alienates me from front-end community as a whole.
Second day, second post, this one is more personal and still follows my professional life’s guidelines. Today I feel compelled to write about resting because one either can choose to rest or is forced to rest.
I can’t believe I am doing this. It’s been a while since my last try to do n-days long challenge hoping that this time will be different. Anyway I have a side project which needs to be finished and my stubbornness prevents me from abandoning it (SlothCMS was killed and resurrected several times in the last year and a half.), so this series of posts will serve as debriefing and lesson learned. (It’s only November thing, I promise.)
Recently a hiring manager during a call asked me to provide a link to my Github if I have one. They didn’t look it up on their own. So it might be time to talk about writing public code.
As my migration process from WordPress continues I want to talk about things that gave me some headache in WordPress’s export file.
Finally tenth installment is here, it’s been a year since I made them officially irregular and it’s one of my better decisions.