I like this a lot. Whenever I get rejected by smaller companies, I wish I had the oportunity to show them more of who I am before they reject me based off of a PDF.
I see so many people here that produce so many different kinds of cool and creative things and I want to know what the work methodology is to make it happen.
What's everyone's fix for carving out the time when you have several time-intensive interests?
I've been trying to make a habit of committing time each day to web dev, visual art, and music, but it seems inevitable that at least one of them doesn't happen after a while. Life gets busy. What do you do? What's your schedule?
#theWorkshop got my blog sitemap and rss feed back.
Hah, jokes on me, forgot to reimplement sitemap and rss feeds. whoops.
Today in #theWorkshop, I'm debating on working on my second book, writing a blog post, continuing fixing my blog, or returning to designing a UI for reportd. Whatever I pick needs to be open to lots of interrupts as my wife is sick with the flu.
I'm deep in the rabbit hole of changing my blog frontend to use react hooks. Probably going to end up being the largest code change I've done in a while with no graphical change.
Finished my Year in Review today. https://writing.natwelch.com/post/710
One thing I didn't include in my goals is improving my involvement in smaller communities, mainly because I wasn't sure how to quantify it. I have four that I care about... just need to remind myself to stay active in them.
A software developer in Brooklyn.
Merveilles is a community project aimed at the establishment of new ways of speaking, seeing and organizing information — A culture that seeks augmentation through the arts of engineering and design. A warm welcome to any like-minded people who feel these ideals resonate with them.