Dealing with uncertainty is never easy. In the latest retrospective, I deal with social distancing, changing travel plans and coping with uncertainty.
I often meet people who struggle with ideas when trying to create passion or side projects. As someone who has the opposite problem, I’ll share some of the techniques I use to come up with ideas in the latest episode.
In the latest retrospective, I share my excitement about the launch of my YouTube channel, how fun it’s been to build a SwiftUI app for Menus Del Día and my progress with doing training in Spanish.
I came across a post on Facebook, in which you're challenged to provide the "correct" answer. Normally, I would bypass these as I don't have much time in the day-to-day work to engage but I had a build that was particularly slow so I "play" “Which one has two zero and two four?” A) 0024B) … Continue reading Which one has two zero and two four?
Streaks can serve as both a motivation and a deterrent if you’re not careful. Sometimes it pays to take that sick day. In this episode, I talk about the struggle to leverage streaks in the pursuit of consistency.
I haven't lined up any 30-Day Challenges yet for this year. I've never considered this 45 min/day approach but I like it. What should I learn this year? https://ideas.ted.com/dont-have-10000-hours-to-learn-something-new-thats-fine-all-you-need-is-20-hours/ Photo by Road Trip with Raj on Unsplash
In the first retrospective of 2020, I talk about the excitement of a new client project, my growing comfort level with SwiftUI and my travel plans for the first half of the year.
“We may not be perfect.., but the safest hands are still our own”. - Steve Rogers (Captain America: Civil War)
As part of my embracing of cross-platform, I’ve taken some time this weekend to port my iOS transit app, GWTA, from native iOS (Swift) to Flutter. My goal is to get a sense of the differences in the approaches using the simplest app I have. I’ve included some breakdowns of the things that I did … Continue reading GWTA Flutter Project (1st 8 Hours)
After reading yet another piece on “Why We Switched To/From CrossPlatform/Native”, I decided that it was time to examine the state of cross platform app development for myself and not rely on the opinions of others, as their reasons for landing on their chosen solutions vary. Why Now? After watching the talks at this year’s … Continue reading Fluttering toward Cross Platform Solutions