As bookworm it’s been a struggle to write reviews. As my journey as a bullet journal tracker progresses writing one post at the beginning of the month feels right.
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?
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.
This is a QA and tester appreciation post because QAs are the last line of defense before our, developer’s, mistakes affect humans not on the development team.
Well, weekly batches didn’t work for long. This time there are links about UX, Angular and couple unrelated topics.
As my career path is heading to interesting places, I came across Lisa Congdon’s book Art Inc. which deals with basics of art career.
First they came for <non-white, non-male, non-heterosexual> people, us. Two months ago white supremacy terrorist executed 50 people during time of their prayer in Christchurch and we enabled him. We need to do better.
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”