I'm a software developer with a wide ranging background and strong leaning towards open source / middle to back end architecture / small team lead situations.
I enjoy Python and Go -- others too.
I like solving problems for people.
Some things I think are true but later I find out I was wrong. Some things hold up.
This is my list so far:
You can use the word "moo" in English in place of "I didn't say anything."
When someone asks "What did you say?" and you hadn't said anything -- just respond "Moo." Eventually they'll learn to know what that means.
Over time this can save a lot of speaking.
You should drink a glass of water every morning right after you get up.
Never read the comments under an article posted online.
Do smile more. If there's no reason to then a smile can create the reason.
Cause and effect are less strictly ordered in the case of smiles.
Gendered pronouns in English harm us all and provide tiny value.
We should ditch them.
Everyone brings something. Everyone has a story you want to hear. It won't be what you expect and if you don't listen you will miss it.
Not an ordered or complete list. These are people who, the more you learn about them, the more you appreciate them.
- Jackie Chan
- Dolly Parton