Hope y'all all have fabulous weekends. 😀
Looking back on this past week, what was something you were proud of accomplishing?
All wins count — big or small 🎉
Examples of 'wins' include:
- Starting a new project
- Fixing a tricky bug
- Watching The Unbearable Weight of Massive Talent or some other awesome flick 🍿
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I tuned one of my guitars in Nashville tuning (using the smaller strings from a 12 string guitar pack) and it's got a nice, bright, chimey sound. It's been super fun playing around with it. 🎸
Received unexpected support from the DEV community. Now, Code of Relevancy have the support of +1K followers ❤️🙏
I couldn’t have done this without all of you ❤️
My interview on the CoRecursive podcast was just published. It was 4 hours of discussion which Adam edited down to a tight hour. Feedback seems to be great so far.
Was part of a twitter space for the first time which was a new experience for me.
I'm on the Dev Network advisory board and had the first call there so I'm selecting talks for an upcoming conference. I was on a conference committee before, but not as big as this one.
I got Dev "Beloved Comment" badge for the first time!
I had a pretty momentous win this week: I am now a Microsoft MVP in Artificial Intelligence.
Congratulations! As a fellow Azure AI Engineer, this is a huge distinction!
envy on your sleep quality
I'm under medication. hehe
I'm starting on the journey of Development and I consider it a win. So yeahh!!!
Don't hesitate to reach out to community members if you need help. I've found that folks are very open to answering questions or to pointing you in the right direction.
I went to a physical (not online) bookstore and got couple of paperbacks (The Unlikely Pilgrimage of Harold Fry by Rachel Joyce and Swami and Friends by R.K. Narayan). This is the first time I went to a book store post pandemic. I also got to write an EJS client program for a customer. Cheers!
Started getting all the parts for my gravel bike build. I've got a custom titanium frame on-order, and I'll have all the parts ready-and-waiting before it's done. I know it's not code-side, but I am pretty pleased about it.
I have just started studying HTML5 + CSS3. I am a civil engineer, but I am considering changing careers because I find the programming world amazing. Well, let's keep going; there is a long way ahead of me.
I made progress on a side project. Had to stop today the weather radio kept blaring alerts and I could think with it going off. Everything fine now but there were high winds all day.
An analysis I did at work drove some actual decision-making (every manager at every company claims to be "data-driven", but 90% are not, I'd guess.)
I'm getting the hang of Svelte's syntax
I started taking care of myself and started my journey in the DEV community this week. I would love to explore more about this platform and will try to connect with like-minded people here. Cheers 🎉
Finally had time to spend a nice day with my family and kids over the weekend