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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. Source: The Latest and Greatest Technologies | Tom McFarlin
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. Source: Keeping Ahead of the Game in Your Web Career
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. Source: The Developer’s Dilemma – Efficiency or Expertise?
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. Source: Being a Pragmatic Programmer in WordPress | Tom McFarlin
(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… Source: Being A […]