Hey friends, Maxime here
This week was a lot of catching up and recovering from the rollercoaster of last week for me. I did, however, have some time to restart some pretty old personal project. It's interesting to see how one would reset a project they haven't touched in like a year or more. Lots of things changed between now and then in the way I plan and split and do projects, so it'll be nice to see how it goes.
Ever did a restart on a year old project? Any tips or things that worked well?
- “At the root of all your limitations is that you’ve lost touch with your inherent goodness."
- "When you lose track of time, you are either living your best life or wasting it."
- "The quality of your life is based on the quality of your questions."
Interesting Articles 📰
Wait what?! 🤖 :
Developer 💻 :
- Do you know how TCP works? Often we use libraries and other higher-level abstractions to make connections from, but knowing how it works behind the scene is still useful. That allows us to make a better decision on what to or not to do and optimize things.
What every developer should know about TCP
Technology 💾 :
- A pretty extensive article from Cal Newport about why, how remote work is hard, and how it came to be like this. It's a long read but worth the time to see the history of this and some possible future, since we're most likely all going to be affected by this moving forward.
Why Remote Work Is So Hard—and How It Can Be Fixed
Security 🔒 :
Thanks for reading. I hope your Friday was awesome. 🍻