If 20+ years of software development has taught me anything, it is to never stop learning. The rate of churn and advancement in this profession, especially in the web development sphere, means you can never switch off for too long.
For years I’ve been obsessed with making schedules for my daily life, e.g. side-project time, learning time, exercise, etc. Why? I know that when I don’t have a set schedule, then none of the above will actually happen, and I
Being a freelancer I get to work on several projects at a time. When I started out this sometimes mean’t juggling several projects in a single day, but for my sanity’s sake I moved over a single project per day
David Allen’s 2002 book ‘Getting Things Done‘ (GTD) certainly struck a chord with programmer types. Unfortunately the classic GTD system espoused by Allen seems to fall apart over time. The biggest culprit for me was an ever growing ‘Someday /