I could have chosen Ruby, Elixir, and other languages I had some experience with. But I went with Rust, which is a bit more difficult to learn. And I knew nothing about. Why?
I am excited to share that I will be joining Zed Industries, starting January 17th. I will be there for at least 6 months. Hopefully, for much longer.
A new adventure begins. Stay tuned to learn more about it.
I added at least three soundtrack items from Wind River to my Rubies for work playlist on Spotify. A great movie to watch.
Relax! I’ll need some information first. Said the mentor.
I am not a very enthusiastic reader of year or decade reviews. I will try to keep it as short as possible. Maybe a bullet list? As always, if someone told me what would happen in the next 10 years back in 2010, I would probably stare at them in disbelief …
I always wondered how it would feel being a GitHub alumni. What would be different? What would catch my eye? Well, now that I am not at GitHub for about 16 days, here’s what I have noticed. Notifications My GitHub and Slack notifications are almost zero now! That’s both good but also weird. Everything is … Continue reading First impressions after leaving GitHub
When I started working at GitHub back in 2010, I moved away from a 12 year career in programming. I was going into technical support. I was the second support person at GitHub, and the first outside of the US. It wasn’t your typical support position. I was helping programmers and other GitHub users with … Continue reading The cycles of my professional life
A dead tree in the Spring.