I’ve been on a Roman Empire kick after an unintentional succession of visits to a few Roman amphitheaters in the past three weeks. Continue reading “Roman amphitheaters”
Github has announced new features that make it easier to collaborate on projects.
Github Issues is my tool of choice for tracking tasks and bugs on bigger development projects, and we rely on notifications in the Slack project channel & Zenhub to overlay a Kanban view and workflow. Continue reading “Github Projects vs Zenhub”
It is usually…
- A throwaway segue, as they figure out how to formulate some kind of request
- Another way of asking, how are you? with varying degrees of interest in your answer
and I find it a tricky one to answer.
Here, the client isn’t interested in the actual difficulties of the task. She wants to know when she can have it and how much it’s going to cost — with just enough information on our proposed approach, so she can be confident that it will be delivered.
Finding new pieces pop up in familiar neighborhoods is great fun, and sometimes I’ll capture the bigger pieces to share on Instagram. Continue reading “Street art along my commute in Paris”
I’m reading about “relational tourism” on the island of Shodoshima, a big island in the Seto Inland Sea. Continue reading “Shodoshima on my mind”
First, you look at people contemplating their order:
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