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- Work on projects you'll still want to work on tomorrow.
- Break your projects down into as many tiny tasks as possible.
- Remove as much content from your project as possible. Keep only what's essential.
- Focus on your current project.
- Work on your project at least a tiny bit every single day.
- Post about your project on social media whenever possible to gather feedback and build a following.
These previous points are part of the Lartips.
- Finish a project before you optimize it. A released project is better than a well-polished one that no-one will ever see.
- Most software out there is messy. That's why it's out there.
- Aesthetics is important.
- Design for the future. You will be there and have to deal with your current code.
- Rule of Modularity: Write simple parts connected by clean interfaces.
- Rule of Composition: Design programs to be connected to other programs.
- Rule of Parsimony: Write a big program only when it is clear by demonstration that nothing else will do.
(The Art of Unix Programming, by Eric S. Raymond)
- A tool can be too large or to small. The boundaries of any service should be considered in depth, and if built to be small, it should be for more reason than virtue of size alone.
- Everything should be made as simple as possible, but not simpler.
- If you feel like everyone hates you, you need to sleep.
- If you feel like you have everyone else, you need to eat.
- If you are pulling an all-nighter, keep a bottle of water by your side. It's very easy to forget to drink water while working late.
These points have been taken from XXIIVV's Knowledge Portal.
- Find your passion and figure out how to get paid for it.
- Do whatever you want to do, but be the best at it.
- Strive for simplicity and competence, but embrace the messiness along the way.
- Under-promise and over-deliver, and own up to your screw-ups.
- Doing what everybody else is doing feels like the safest thing to do, making it the most competitive, and thus the riskiest.
- No one is on their deathbed is wishing they spent more time at work.
- Never stop learning.
- Doing the right tasks is more important than doing your tasks efficiently.
- Write down your goals. Break them down into manageable tasks.
- Tackle one task at a time, and group similar tasks together.
- Drink plenty of water.
- Keep a record of your time use.
- Always look a person in the eye when you talk to them.
- Always stand up to shake someone's hand.
- Be conscious of your body language.
- Ask more than you answer.
- First impressions matter.
- When you walk, look straight ahead, not at your feet.
- Never hit anyone unless they are an immediate threat.
- No matter their job or status, everyone deserves your respect.
food & ingredients.
- Moisture accelerates rot.
- Potatoes and onions will last for months if kept in a dark dry place.
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