Me: Hey dude, how's it going? Whatcha doin'?
Dude: Playing with Docker, cool stuff. Sniffing around, trying to figure out things.
Me: Hey dude, how are things? Doin' anything interesting lately?
Dude: Playing with Docker, neat thing. Hard to grasp, but very promising.
Me: Hey dude, what's up? Cooking something up?
Dude: Playing with Docker, truly impressive plaything.
One of the things I'm truly & fully proud'n'happy is the way I'm managing my own self-development. I never had problems with:
- declining motivation
- making decisions on what to do next
- lack of focus
- burning out
- losing ability to reach the state of "flow"
- dispiritedness or anything like that
Invariably, I'm having fun learning new stuff, getting experiences, breaking next barriers - it makes
Personally I'm a huge fan of information radiators - I love the idea of full transparency & exposing vital, key information on continuously updated, automatically generated (from the single source of truth) dashboards. The benefits of information radiators have always been striking me with their obviousness:
- building mutual relation of trust on being fully transparent
- sharing the big picture on varying levels of detail,
You all know how this business is alike: if you’re not learning, you’re getting out of the game quickly - knowledge that is more than 3 years old is pretty much worthless. That’s why you should use every possible opportunity to invest in your self-development: fortunately many companies understand that pretty well already. This blog post is just