Your bug might have been reported on X, but when you dug into it, it was really an issue with component Y. Component Y didn’t handle the error correctly and hid it instead but eventually it bubbled up stopping your code in the progress. Upon further inspection, it looked like it’s not a problem at all but a feature of Platform A that can be implemented via toggling Option B. All this to say, to…

Tasks are the livlihood of developer work. If you have an overload of tasks in your queue, you are in demand, you are getting work done and you are needed by your team. If you don’t have any tasks in your queue, you should be a bit worried, a little concerned that your queue is growing empty. Whenever my queue starts to shrink, I reach out to those for what is next, if it fills…

How will we get through this sprint? How will I finish this class? How will we ship to the customer? How will we get it done? How will we get the service uploaded? How will we launch the new site? It all starts with one task, accompanied by a number of other tasks, but in the end one task is where it starts. Focus there, on one task and move from there.

Will it be on LinkedIn? Twitter or Facebook? The algorithms have changed and the content that is sent to you has as well. This isn’t a conspiracy, this is a fact, things change, code gets optimized, what you think is the right way to do something, might not be what the actual owner of the company thinks is the best way to do it. You might both be wrong. If it’s getting harder and harder…

No matter what it is. Being a YouTuber. Coding. Writing. Kicking a ball. Scoring a goal. Drawing. Building a House. Building a Fence. Knitting. Writing proposals. Whatever it is, remember, it’s all learning, all the time. You are never done, you’re always growing, always learning more. It doesn’t happen overnight, it happens over life.