If you seem to value other people’s opinions over yours, this is another good article from mindful.org: How to Avoid the Empathy Trap.
“If you care about someone you have to let them be the person they are, not the person you want them to be. Otherwise, what’s the point?”
~ From an episode of “Death in Paradise”
“I’ve stuck with Zen because it is unflinchingly honest, but at the same time accepting, kind, and caring — not in a soft syrupy way, but in a rugged, rough and tumble way. To become clear you have to see what’s really there, all the mental junk you’ve made and accumulated over the years. The honesty will force you to acknowledge the parts of yourself you’d rather keep hidden. The acceptance allows you to look at the less savory parts of your self without being overly self-critical.”
~ from this kwanumzen.org page
Back in 2013 I read the book Clean Code by Robert C. Martin, and in an effort to keep that book alive with me a little while longer, I decided to make my own “Cliffs Notes” version of the book on this page. One of my favorite notes from below is that a language named LOGO used the keyword
to in the same way that Scala uses
def, so a method named
double would be defined as
to double... instead of
def double..., which seems like it would help developers name methods better.