Live beneath your means. Return everything you borrow. Stop blaming other people. Admit it when you make mistake Give clothes not worn to charity Do something nice and try not to get caught. Listen more; talk less. Every day take Continue reading Simple Formula For Living
I posted this originally on Feb 6, 2013. This quoted article by Martin Fowler sums up my message that I’ve been communicating with my sons. As a software engineer and data-junkie, I strongly believe in the “genuinely important shift” that Continue reading Changing Perceptions in Data Value and Data Management
Skill 1: Solving Problems: in software there are only 0010 kinds… Skill 2: Teaching Yourself: learn how to teach yourself, and when to pursue a technology. Skill 3: Naming: Software is written , and a developer is an author. Clear Continue reading The 4 Most Important Skills for a Software Developer
Emotions: How do you feel in this moment? Anxious? Calm? You might be surprised by how generally stressed, or not, you feel even when you’re not thinking or doing anything in particular. Mental State: Where is your mind at? Are Continue reading Mindfulness Check-Ins
“I’ve missed more than 9000 shots in my career. I’ve lost almost 300 games. 26 times, I’ve been trusted to take the game winning shot and missed. I’ve failed over and over and over again in my life. And that Continue reading Interesting Quotes
The quality of being thankful; readiness to show appreciation for and to return kindness.
According to information found on ConsumerReports.org website. Here are the gas prices (per gallon) for the past few years… $3.10 12/03/2007 – $1.87 12/08/2008 dn $1.23/gal $2.65 12/14/2009 up $0.78/gal $3.08 12/06/2010 up $0.43/gal $3.40 12/05/2011 up $0.32/gal