Awesome article about all that’s wrong about technical interviews, how is destroying your company and what you can do to change that paradigm.
Let’s say I have a new stable version to release and I want to back up the current one.
The first step would be to tag the stable release with a backup name.
Since I’ve been living in another country(that’s nine months ago), and a three month rest period after a surgery, I’ve been trying to re-establish my old routine of not being a big sedentary not-so-young-anymore man, and because it’s so easy just to sit on my sofa with my laptop watching re-runs of Lost, X-Files and Friends, I had a really hard time finding the motivation to get up and do something about it. And this is not new for me, I have a degree on sitting in front of the computer and avoid exercise for almost all my life(let’s be fair, you all are a little bit like that :P). And since I was gaining a little too much weight, it was about time to change the perspective about how I was treating my body.
After all these years, and lots and lots of feeling sorry for myself because I couldn’t find a good routine to follow, it hit me: let’s combine everything. What if I grab everything I read/experienced/remember since I started doing music, started on IT and started doing exercise and find the relation between all those things? The result: a better life and a real motivation to get things done. (Now read that again as a click bait title. Explosive).
I am going to divide this article in three parts(I think). In this first one, I am going to talk about how I did to achieve a healthy running routine without that interfering other aspects of my life, and how I tweaked that routine to transform running in something fun for me(what’s the point if it’s not fun?). In the second one, I’ll talk about unicorns and how running is actually helping my professional career and my life in general. And in the third one, I’ll talk about more things to do in zero gravity and more stuff to do besides running, and good beer brands.
So here we go.
Every time that I start a new droplet in DO(very happy with the service so far, thank you very much), I have this annoying message every time I try to make a system change(installing packages, for instance):
So a year ago I’ve done a freelance drupal job, you know, the kind of quick-and-dirty-money-freelance-job that you completely wipe of your memory after is done, and it came back to bite my ass, no surprises there. So I needed to change some stuff over here and fix other over there, but a year ago I didn’t even bother on using drush, now I can’t live without it on my Drupal projects.