Dealt with a tool today that gives you the ability to run a script, but not pass any options to the script. Caused me to have to work around a lot to get the behavior I was looking for.
The Principle of Least Astonishment would have helped there tremendously.
Signed up for a leetcode account today. Adding that to the "dailies" rituals; problem in the morning, post here at night.
Also struck me: of all the federated sign-in methods, I seem to trust Github login the most.
Processes are important, but sometimes unconstrained doing is necessary. I'm digging myself out of an extended slump just by solving small problems.
Next up: Solve many small problems together to fix a big problem.
Realizing more and more that, while I'm good at putting together demos and trying out new things, mastery is still escaping me. I want to grab some small problems and start building some more knowledge depth.
Seeing a lot of Go adoption especially around the Docker community. I may have to bite the bullet and try it again.