1 min min read - September 17, 2018
People dealing with rejection often allow their emotions to build new imaginary words. As they drew in denial or simply accept the change, they look for the guilt in others. It's very nicely explained in the book everyone should read - The subtle art of not giving a F*ck by Mark Manson .
I had a few situations in life when someone failure or rejection resulted in false accusations against my person. Some time about me supposedly doing something, other time about me saying something, yet another time about me having a secret project that was in conflict with person own gigs. I never let those hurt and I never lost energy fighting them. Like always being open and simply moving on gives the best results. I might mention each of such cases, but I shall not. Not because I may be afraid of something. More because I believe people can learn and evolve. And I wish that to anyone who spent too much time blaming others than changing their future for the better.
Try it sometimes. It makes miracles.
For a very long time, I kept using the same set of questions while performing interviews. Even though I created it with Angular in mind, most of them have proven universal. Asking about Arrays became my favourite (as in opens way to discuss so many interesting patterns like Observables) or CORS, which allows discussing how network requests work. Anyhow, recently I started to value more and more one I kept asking about setTimeout and setInterval.… read more…
1 min min read - October 1, 2018
I just came from a refreshing holiday. It wasn't restful by any means. No, it was quite a job looking after my two-year-old son while travelling. While the setting was lovely I did not sleep longer and actually, I was far more physically tired than usual (luckily all to allow my wife to rest a bit). All of that came with quite an unusual outcome. As thanks to the new job, I could finally after years enjoy wireless time off I lost much need to look into my social media accounts. I did it still, but much less than normal.… read more…
2 min min read - September 14, 2018