Week: 3 ▪ Date: 2020-12-09
The end of this semester is coming to an end and I'm working very hard on the back-end course and my web animation course for next semester at CMD Amsterdam. It will also my first year teaching in our 'beginner programming' course and I'm also doing an in-take for the Basic Teaching Qualification. Next week will be a busy week planning and organizing!
- Dan Abramov wrote about it isn't only about how code looks but how it evolves in a team in Goodbye Clean Code.
- A dutch article in The Correspondent about why you shouldn't follow the Daily News.
- Reasons for burn-out by Frank Chimero.
- Basecamp founder Jason Fried made a guide on how they handle internal communication.
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These weeknotes are now part of a newsletter (which you are probably currently reading). I've chosen Buttondown.email because of the good markdown experience and basic functionality, no fancy features.
Updates to my personal site include a /mistake page with, you probably guessed it, an incomplete list of my mistakes. I also wanted to track the progress of how my site changed (or evolved) over time so I'm consistenly saving my site to the web-archive.org and made an overview on /archive.
↪ Reading: Finished two college books from Cal Newport and started with Never Split the Difference by Chris Voss.