— Eric Gunawan (@erricgunawan) May 12, 2017
We need to keep up with the latest and greatest technology so we can bring the most value into whatever job we’re doing. Or is that conventional wisdom?
It’s a struggle.
Thinking about where confidence comes from, when there is so much we just don’t have time to learn.
There’s a lot of key points from here. Probably going to create a separate post for listing them. Good read.
Source: Confidence and Overwhelm
If you’re anything like me, every time a new website builder or CMS is launched (at least a good one), a little part of you goes cold.
Send the similar vibe. Specialize and focus, but keep learning and adapting.
I think everyone faces the developer’s dilemma if they’ve been working with WordPress for a while. So what do you choose? Efficiency or Expertise?
Almost the same suggestion. Learn, but no need over learn.
Part of being a pragmatic programmer is not necessarily becoming well-versed in every single thing that comes along. It’s knowing when to use something new.
The above quote already explains things.
(This is the talk I have given at App Builders Switzerland on April 25th, 2016. The slides are available on SpeakerDeck …
Recommended by many. Long read. Favourite quote:
Keep doing your thing, keep learning what you were learning, and move on. Pay attention to it only if you have a genuine interest…
For developers, a learning curve is a constant reality. There’s literally no end. Here’s why there’s no reason to fear it.
Source: A Developer’s Learning Curve
It’s the start of a new year, so it’s natural to start thinking about your future life and career choices.
Rather different with previous one. It starts with several survey results.
But like it said,
never choose a language from survey results
And like the closing too,
Finally, never be afraid of picking the wrong language … there are no wrong ones. There are those that aren’t best suited to a specific project, but you’ll only discover that by trial and error. Pick an interesting project, choose any language and get going.