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.
This is more of note to myself because I stopped writing when I decided to leave WordPress and started working on SlothCMS.
It’s been a while since last Batch. In that time I decided to leave front-end development and look for back-end role.
After a much needed clean up of accounts whom I follow on Twitter, it’s the best time to look at whom I kept following.
Recently I’ve been considering changing jobs because I don’t like Java that much and in case changing things at my current job don’t work out. Also curiosity what’s out there and constant noise from recruiters played its part. There are couple of things I didn’t like.
For the last month I’ve been blogging regularly. Gathered date all waking hours. I can’t do it all the time.
A colleague of mine always complains that I complain way too often. So I kept track of my complains and I complain a lot to myself, even about complaining.
It’s been a year since my surgery, so things are going to be a bit easier now. Here are posts which caught my attention since last batch.
My current side project requires me to explore technologies and techniques that are new to me. Unfortunately for me I haven’t done anything similar in a long time.