A person who is fun to work with is often praising team members for their dedication and work ethic, not reflecting on their own successes.
I recently experimented with baking banana bread, and I thought this process was a perfect allegory for iterative growth.
Last month, I celebrated my 10-year work anniversary at Atomic. How did I end up here and what have I learned in the past decade?
I've recently embraced daily journaling. For one month, I took time each day to note how my mental model of a project changed throughout the day.
Having spent time considering the value of generous attention, I collected three stories from my workplace over the last year that demonstrate its power.
Recently, I was put back on the very first project I ever worked on. It was a great opportunity to see just how much I’ve grown as a developer.