Back from France (was nearly trapped there! Was sufficiently desperate I actually flew Ryanair), and then spent the weekend in London. Mostly work but also got to catch up with some friends, which was great.
So hectic. Lots of client work, and started on this development project which will take up a lot of my time in June. Also reached a milestone on one of my personal projects, which was exciting. Made some progress on Show and Hide on Android and iOS.
Got accepted to speak at 360i Dev and have another two talks in the works that should be confirmed soon!
Finished Essentialism (interesting), also read Wear Sunscreen, reading Author Publisher Entrepreneur. Novel: read What Becomes of the Broken Hearted.
Product links Amazon.
Stayed at the Hilton London Metropole which was terrible – took about an hour to check in, the free internet didn’t work (there’s paid internet but if the free internet doesn’t function I don’t trust that either), and I was woken at 230am one night by the fire alarm. Dreadful. Good location though!
Had lunch at Steak and Lobster, and dinner at Plum and Spilt Milk (so tasty), dim sum at Ping Pong (love) and dinner at the Green Room (lovely), brunch at Granger and Co (love that place), and afternoon tea at The Bloomsbury Hotel.
A new edition of Technically Speaking is out.
On The Internet
@skamille is insightful on the Entrepreneurial Gap and how misalignment creates political, toxic environments – http://buff.ly/1c7Hakl
- I love love love
@brainwane‘s pipeline video (and super flattered some of my writing appeared) – so great – http://buff.ly/1GwCuB6
- :/ “an awareness-raising campaign about the limitations of awareness-raising campaigns” – http://buff.ly/1FANJq5
@anarcharaccoon A fence is just a fence… it can be scaled. [pic]
- The Problem with Part-Time Work Is That It’s Rarely Part-Time – http://buff.ly/1cYkHH0
@waynesutton: Why I built Anonymously Ask A Black Person that reached almost 10,000 page views & removed from Product Hunt in 48hrs http://sws.me/1J3kBu2
@MyNameIsAcaciaAs per usual, @jetta_rae knocks it out of the park with her writing. She’s in the guardian now! http://trib.al/oMJHnvk
- So true from
@xuhulk – Your Project Deserves a Good Death – http://buff.ly/1dx5aiv /via @johnmaeda
- From 2012, and still true – Six Myths of Product Development – http://buff.ly/1PNrC7Y /via
- I liked this, on the learning curve for junior devs – When the heck did learning to code become cool? http://buff.ly/1FDiCdu /via
- I really like this from
@beerops – on working in a supportive environment, and not having to fake it anymore – http://buff.ly/1FYTn92
- Follow your passon, “actually one of the most terrible pieces of career advice we give people.” http://buff.ly/1J5PONn /via
- Super interesting – Why investors don’t fund dating (low price point, high churn) – http://buff.ly/1AyaYCd /via
@ElissaBeth /by @andrewchen
- Mistakes you apparently just have to make yourself – http://buff.ly/1ewrNng /by
@mcfunley /via @peterseibel
- Organizational Debt is like Technical debt – but worse – http://buff.ly/1LIKazE /via
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