Tag: work

Hustling for the Sake of Getting Things Done

I’m hesitant to write any of this down because it unintentionally comes off as pretentious; as though I’ve got it all figured out. I want to start out by saying that is far from the case. This fact can be verified by those around me, the people in my life. My wife has been a […]

Posted: August 05, 2015

Why you would want to program at fifty (or any other age)

I love this piece! I was asked recently in an interview whether I pictured myself doing what I’m doing now in 5, 10, 20 years. I’ve been asked that question before but for some reason it really hit home with me this time. We’re told all our lives that we need to plan for the […]

Posted: May 23, 2013

There’s No Such Thing As Work / Life Balance

There’s No Such Thing As Work / Life Balance – Nerdburn – A design, code, and startup blog by Shawn Adrian. There is lots of awesome in this article, but something that really hit home for me is this bit: So, if you want continual feelings of happiness, then break your time into highly contrasting […]

Posted: October 16, 2012

One year at Mozilla

One year at Mozilla | Rawkes. This is just a fantastically inspirational article. I’ve always had and always will have a soft spot in my heart for Mozilla. They’ve done an amazing thing and will go down in history (at least for me) as being an integral catalyst that helped to form the modern Web […]

Posted: July 17, 2012

Why You Can’t Work at Work

Why You Cant Work at Work BigThink interview with @jasonfried – garrys subposterous. I guarantee that if you work in a building with more than one person, this is your life. Have you ever had the luxury of working from home for a day? It’s mind blowing how much work you get done. At my […]

Posted: March 30, 2010