Category Archives: learn-from-mistakes

Better communication through introversion and solitude

I’m back. Sort of. I’ve been busy rediscovering introversion, silence and solitude. Some activities require them, like learning, coding, learning to code. I’m not going to discuss the paradox of coding as both a solitary and team/community activity, or get … Continue reading

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Behind the questionmark in a diamond – what I learned today about character encodings

I used to dread the days when I ran into a question mark, in a black diamond shape or not, in a middle of some text on a website or elsewhere, but now I find it fun. I feel like … Continue reading

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Beyond good enough, the more you study for the easy parts the better you’ll be at what’s difficult

Ok, I’m back. It’s been a busy few months, and I’ll likely explain why in another post. I’m a busy PHP Junior Developer now, and I’m also taking 3 online courses (offered in partnership with the Stanford University), as you’ve … Continue reading

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A 5 rule checklist for web developer internship survival

Finally I’m an intern! A web developing intern! So I’m learning the web and the development on one hand, but also how to be an intern, the best one I can be. Basically, the story is that about a year … Continue reading

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No More Static Web Sites (learning from mistakes #1)

I’ve said it to my nephew, I can say it to myself as well: one must learn from one’s mistakes. And  in this case my mistake was to think that it makes sense to try to make a static website … Continue reading

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