You should be unhappy with code you wrote a year ago. If you arent, that means either A) you havent learned anything in a year, B) your code cant be improved, or C) you never revisit old code. All of these are the kiss of death for software developers. Spot on.
My parents supported me in everything I did, but I resonate so much with this article, especially the first paragraph.
A robotic arm that has 26 joints, can curl up to 45 pounds, and is controlled by a person’s thoughts? Sign me up.
Turns out, top paid in the Mac App Store is a whole lot lower than you’d expect. via @soffes
Using 10 years of Flickr API data to visualize the most photographed places for every city in the world. Fascinating. via Linking the most interesting places in the world | Mapbox.
Worship leaders MUST have a personal worship time. If the only time you worship is on stage, you are failing. How can you lead others to a place you’ve never been?
So great on so many levels.
New status page from Ben Brooks for The Brooks Review. I think it’s a really neat idea, and something I’d definitely consider if I blogged more often.
We are the beginning of our digital family trees. One day our grandchildren and their grandchildren will google us. They’ll read our blogs, our tweets, our Facebook posts, everything. And they’ll be reading the book that we are writing.