Notes for week 11 of 2022
This week felt fast. I continue to shape up a new upcoming project that I hope I’ll be able to share more about soon. It seems I managed to, ahem, guide my team out of the Scrum’s deathclaws, let’s see if that’ll be successful for all of us. We got first week of having a dedicated person to handle interruptions; it seems to be working well.
I was catching up with social and family events, so there wasn’t much more than work beside that. I want to enjoy it before the combined hit of next omicron wave and more refugees will hit (3.3M fled as of today).
On a more positive note, spring started properly and murdering overgrown trees remains to be a serene exercise. The temparatures crossed a bikeable threshold; I hope this season will be longer than the last one. I do have bikeable office to commute to this year, let’s see how quickly I’ll get discouraged by the city traffic.
- If your session expires while you are editing a survey in CultureAmp, the changes are not saved beyond an expiration time (that is relatively short) without telling you anything until you hit “Done” and you’re asked to log again. Hold on to your sessions, chaps.
- The best way to use highly-marketable tech skills in a crisis is to donate money
- An interesting breakdown of what makes chips/dorritos so addictive
- My old friends at HTTPie managed to lose all of their stars; I feel sorry for them. Give them one back!
- I’ve walked 4 km, ran 1 km and rode 50 km. I’ve been active for 9.1 hours during 6 activities. This week’s max speed was 41.3 km/h and I conquered 308 elevation meters.
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