Notes tagged “Thinking”
Some thoughts and themes from my first time at WDCNZ
It’s a wrap: Ruby Conf Australia 2014
The conference from the perspective of a Railsgirls alumna.
Michael writes an article for Offscreen.
Sneaking Into the Everyday
My apps, they are a-changing.
Things Get Fuzzy Fast: Examine Your Day So You Can Learn From It
On making everyday opportunities for learning and growth.
Go Hard Early
That last 20% of the project, the part that takes actually takes half of the total time? You want to get to that earlier, not later.
There is No Lab
On the very real virtues of remote work.
Money, Stress and The Cloud
Or: How to Save Your Relationship with Rails Streaming Responses on Heroku.
Did you in-app purchase anything from the minibar, sir?
Apps and hotels aren’t all that different.
New, but not (Yet) Improved
Disruptive innovations don’t fight their established competition’s strengths. They beat their opponents’ weaknesses.
When Reinhold Messner climbed Everest, he did it ‘alpine style’, with minimal equipment and support, as opposed to the hitherto prevailing 'expedition style’, which sacrificed speed, agility, and beauty in favour of extensive preparation, exhaustive planning, masses of equipment and people to carry it.
The Benefits of Waking Up Early
On why you would want to create an extra day of work every week.
TaskPaper and To-Do List Bankruptcy Without the Trauma
Your to-do list shouldn’t make you anxious.