So I'm in the middle of moving, and my new place won't have internet until tomorrow.
I was up late working, trying to make up time for work due to life situations.
I quickly realized just how important having internet it. I managed to struggle through but I eventually had to resort to my hotspot on my phone.
So I challenge you! Can you work locally on your station, with the internet turned off?
No google, no package resources, no online references... so much we put on the web, and without it, can we even functions in our daily lives as developers?
Pick a challenge and report back with your findings.
- 5 minutes
- 15 minutes
- 30 minutes
- 1 hour
Tell us which challenge you did, if you survived it, did you have to cheat? How many times did you do something, and realized it required having a connection? What was it? Did you find an alternative solution? Did it help you be a better developer?
I'll start off, by posting a comment with mine.
** hour challenge** **Survived**: **Cheated**: **Cheat method**: **Access denied (no net) count**: **Access Denied List**: - **Better Dev from experience**: **Reason for being better**: **Thoughts/Comments**: