2017 draws to a close and 2018 is knocking. My annual review and preview went to my newsletter, so subscribe or head over to Medium to read them.
To finish all the projects I started in 2016, I will have to be disciplined and focused in 2017. Discipline and focus… what delightful words to start a new year.
Wow, did we fuck up 2016! It looks like it was the year humanity decided to finally stop trying. But this post is not about that, it’s about what I did try and how that turned out.
I worked for Disy for about 2 years. Now I said goodbye to become the editor of SitePoint’s burgeoning Java channel and have more time for other projects.
A lot of things are happening right now: I’m writing a book, I’ll speak at conferences, you can hire me, and to top it off, I gave this blog a new look.
Many people will tell you how great blogging is. But as most publicity-related aspects of life it has a dirty underbelly, so let me share some of the reasons why you might not want to start your own blog.
In 2016 I want to continue blogging, branch out into new areas, work on my private projects, learn me a Haskell, and prevent exhaustion.Wow, so much to do.
2015 is over and I’m looking back.How did it go, which things worked out and which didn’t. And how come I’m feeling so tired recently.
I’m laying out my new year’s resolutions for 2015.
I’m taking a look at my open source contributions and blogging achievements in 2014.