The Great Idea of Async Work
As I mentioned last week, I’ve been in this industry for exactly 25 years. I started my journey as a software developer on Monday, October 6th, 1997. I’ve had the opportunity of sitting down and writing code for a living for a quarter of a century!
Internet Explorer 4
The news recently splashed the demise, disappearance, and final “good riddance” of Internet Explorer. I remembered the first time I encountered the beast. In 1997, Internet Explorer 4.0 was soooooo good compared to anything else, it was hard to believe.
In this post you will find a collection of interesting book quotes about meetings, and how to make them suck less.
We Are Family
Here is one of the most blatant lies I’ve heard in my professional career, and sadly, I’ve heard it at quite a few jobs: “We are a family”.
The Wrong Question
I once had a second interview for a job at a small software engineering company.
Memories of Centralized SCMs
It might sound incredible to younger developers out there, but there was a time when Git did not exist.
I have had three episodes of burnout in my professional life, in three consecutive years.
Since August 2019 I took the duty of publishing a weekly series of blog posts called “VSHN․timer”.