Why putting refactoring stories on the backlog is bad idea? https://ronjeffries.com/xprog/articles/refactoring-not-on-the-backlog/
Surround yourself with people who look like magicians to you. Then imagine yourself as one, older and wiser, in great detail. Imagine yourself as the person you would be afraid to say you want to be out loud to others (because it seems so ridiculously impossible right now). https://autotranslucence.wordpress.com/2018/03/30/becoming-a-magician/
Start of year #reminder: be #rational. A nice checklist: https://rationality.org/files/checklist_of_rationality_habits.pdf #newyear #habits
#TIL sed can take any delimiter. Replace all 'images/' with '/images/': 's=images/=/images/=g' with '=' as delimiter ;)
And that's 500k from 3k line of #python. Folks like me would have spend hours #refactoring #testing and making the code awesome. That's fun, but it's way more important to do the *right thing at the right time* ;) #indiedev
Today I'm open sourcing the code that I've made $500K off of: https://github.com/reillychase/hostifi-mvp
When microservices fail? It's wise to be aware of trade-offs ;) Check out https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1vjnjAII_8TZBv2XhFHra7kEQzQpOHSZpFIWDjynYYf0/htmlview #microservices #noseriously
Darwin couldn't turn it off. Neither could Ramanujan. They didn't discover the hidden paths that they did because they seemed promising, but because they couldn't help it. That's what allowed them to follow paths that someone who was merely ambitious would have ignored. https://paulgraham.com/genius.html#passion #purpose
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