Ruminations on the weird feeling of being two decades into a career and still only getting started.
The hard part of learning anything new is that as soon as you take your first couple steps, you’ll inevitably find that there isn’t a singular path to go down.
A sample chapter from my book, Programming Beyond Practices. Imagine that you run an educational journal for programmers that has paying customers but is too small to support full-time work.… Read more Identifying the pain points of service integrations →
Q1: Describe your dream coding job in three words. GO! #CodeNewbie — CodeNewbie (@CodeNewbies) August 10, 2017 Bootstrapped. Profitable. Human-centric. Q2: Ok, so we talked about what you want in… Read more August 9 #CodeNewbie Chat →
A sample chapter from my book, Programming Beyond Practices. Imagine that you work for a product company that is known for their massive knowledge base of high-quality documentation. The business… Read more Spotting Hidden Dependencies in Incremental Changes →
An excerpt from my book, Programming Beyond Practices. Part of a three part series which begins here. You arrive at the office to find the whiteboards filled with a ton… Read more Using Prototypes to Explore Project Ideas, Part III →
Hi there! This weekly series, published on Thursdays, summarizes what I’ve been up to each week and also (sometimes) feature interesting quotes, links, book recommendations, etc. It’s basically a newsletter,… Read more The Outer Loop, Issue #2 →
Full disclosure for this chat… I was one of the people who was around in the very early days of the “code school” phenomenon. In fact, my own code school,… Read more July 26 #CodeNewbie Chat →