Good read. Balance is key.
“Hunting Tech Debt via Org Charts”
Reading the Mastodon Recap of 2021, I wish the rest of the universe was more like the fediverse.
The tech lead of the React Core team is moving to work at Vercel, which is the company producing Next.js.
He will continue contributing to the React team, it sounds like, so the intergration/collaboration between React and Next.js will be even more seamless.
This reinforces Vercel tech as a good bet imo.
Wrote a post on thoughtbot's blog about why we practice #dei as a company: https://thoughtbot.com/blog/dei-at-a-company-level
Frustrated/disappointed to see it appears Instagram is banning #BLM related content.
For the record - Black Lives Matter is a peaceful social justice organization.
Source on Twitter - https://twitter.com/rauhling_bizzle/status/1469691121110437890?s=21
#AdventOfCode day 11
I did get tripped up due to my editor adding a newline at the end of the puzzle input. "Why does my program work correctly for the test case and not for the puzzle input?" probably because your puzzle input got messed up somehow. Now I know.
#AdventOfCode day 11
Dumbo octopi are so cute. I enjoyed seeing the visualizations people came up with on Reddit! https://www.reddit.com/r/adventofcode/comments/rdwebv/2021_day_11_dumbo_octopus_flashes/
Does this all make sense? Is there some other approach to learning/mentoring that I'm missing?
So by this logic, the learning mainly happens as you *do* the thing, and your success at doing the thing can be measured as a proxy for measuring the learning itself.
The other way to improve is to get feedback - either from a coach, or by studying and learning the right/wrong way. Example; the coach watches you try to dribble, and then corrects your technique.
I can think of two main ways to improve - one is to practice.
Just like learning to dribble a basketball; you try, and fail, and keep trying, and eventually start to succeed.
Coding, cupcakes, and creativity! Formerly on React.js core team. Now hacking React at Chegg. Former maintainer of Draft.js. Opinions my own. (she/her)
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