When feelings about a job are extreme, either good or bad, you know what to do. When you love your work and can’t wait to start coding each morning, it’s clear that you should stay. When things are horrible—I mean down right awful—most developers will do their best to abandon ship as quickly as possible. However, when you’re simply comfortable, you might not know what to do.
Sometimes you need to make a change and you don’t even know it. Here are a few hidden signs that it is time to leave your job.
To most, luck is about rolling the dice, finding a dollar on the ground, or having all your tests pass after a last-minute code commit.
Luck is given credit for many people’s struggles and accomplishments. Some use bad luck as a reason for their current failure. At the same time, some might credit good luck for all their success in life.
Is luck just chance, or can it be engineered?
I’m a big fan of James Altucher and his writing around a concept called The Daily Practice. This chart will quickly show you what it’s all about.