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re: How are you winding down your year? VIEW POST

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Heh, at work, it's certainly more on the side of having time to do side projects or administrative things rather than heavy feature work. Since our process involves a minimum of 4 people (dev, reviewer, QA, accepter) and there's only 3 in the office the rest of the month, the work we're taking on is super minimal (and our PM will have to remotely accept stuff).

At home, I'm balls to the wall trying to have a productive year-end. Planning out blog posts I'd like to do in 2020, buying Def Leppard tickets for my 28th birthday 🤘, checking calorie counts of all the holiday party wares, setting up a Notion environment (with the free student account) to keep track of ALL THE IDEAS, and playing the Fallout 76 holiday event.

 

At home, I'm balls to the wall trying to have a productive year-end. Planning out blog posts I'd like to do in 2020, buying Def Leppard tickets for my 28th birthday 🤘, checking calorie counts of all the holiday party wares, setting up a Notion environment (with the free student account) to keep track of ALL THE IDEAS, and playing the Fallout 76 holiday event.

Same energy I'm closing the year with 😄

 

How is fallout 76 post fallout?

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