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In this episode, we discuss our resolutions for the new year focusing on tech projects we plan to do and even NOT do. We'll throw in some resources that help us and some that we think may help you too! We do get a little sidetracked (shocking, I know) and talk about nose noises, the origins of phrases & species, foot taps, and oh so much more.
New Laptop, New You?
New Laptop, New You?
- setting up your shell & environment
- making scripts for laptop setup
- start clean or stick with what you like
- oh aliases (Sarah's post on aliases)
- Cassidy's nose plans
- Jason rebuilding in a Jamstack rabbit hole
- Cassidy automating and improving workflows
- Cassidy's Rendezvous with Cassidoo newsletter
- setup cloud sync etc.
- Tara's resolution to not work on things
- Phil's not going to tear down his blog and rebuild it, swear
Permission to Learn or Not
- not feel guilty and working extra and not feel guilty to NOT work extra
- don't try to be the best just make it work
- there is skill in refactoring
- learning in a low-risk project
- learning in public and we all try to be an empathetic and humble community
- foot five & master chef elbow taps
- toe the line origin
Strategies to Accomplish Goals
- 30 60 90 goal planning
- breaking down big plans
- The Practice by Seth Godin
- Focusing on the act of what you're doing instead of the outcome
- Cassidy's blogvent
Tech Resources for Coding Resolutions
- Look into serverless (with Jason!)
- Jamstack Explorers
- Code Newbie
- #100DaysofCode and learning in public
- The Practice by Seth Godin don't be afraid to ship things
- git workflows and rollbacks!
- take the time to fix just one little thing a day
TidBits & ThoughtThings™️
Name one resolution that you've made more than once. Have you stuck to it? Have you never stuck to it?
As always, we hope you find it remotely interesting.