Building A Side Project Meat Grinder
If you’re anything like me you have a lot of ideas. So much so that it can be hard to figure out what to execute on next. That’s when you need an idea meat grinder. You use an idea meat grinder to find good ideas by filtering out all your bad ones. Take every […]
Choosing the right process
Part of learning to trust the process is having confidence in the path that you’ve chosen. When you start out learning something, it can seem impossible. It can feel like you aren’t making any progress. It’s easy to forget that it’s almost impossible to not make some type of progress if you just keep going.
Grow Your Programming Skills Without Burnout
There’s no time for anything. At least that’s how it feels doesn’t it?
Finding What To Learn Next
Being able to learn things quickly is an amazing skill to have—even more so for developers because of speed of technology. Most people change careers 15 times throughout their life. Not jobs, careers! So it’s safe to assume that the average developer will have multiple jobs throughout their career. Each job change has the potential […]
What Software Developers Can Learn From Arnold Schwarzenegger
When you think of Arnold Schwarzenegger, software development probably doesn’t come to mind. Ok, I’m one hundred percent sure Arnold Schwarzenegger doesn’t come up during a normal discussion about software development. Arnold Schwarzenegger jumped from the bodybuilding stage to the silver screen, becoming one of the most prolific movie stars in history. He redefined the […]
The Two Paths You Can Take To Learn A Skill
This is an excerpt from my post on Finding What To Learn Next which I wrote for the Simple Programmer blog.
Excerpt On Finding What To Learn Next
Just wanted to share a bit from a post that I wrote for Simple Programmer a website that helps developers make the complex simple. The post goes into methods that software developers or testers can use to find what to learn next. Being able to learn things quickly is an amazing skill to have—even more so […]