Nope, I can’t imagine a Dungeon’s & Dragons (DnD) app without homebrewablity.Being an absolute DnD noob, I found homebrewing and even frowned-upon meta-gaming behaviour fascinating. Homebrewing just…… Read more “Wild Child Dev Blog 2 – Homebrew Beasts”
Around the same time as our DND sessions took off, I was working on building my career profile as a mobile developer. So it was quite simple what happened next: I’m a coder, and like most coders, I write code to do things for me so that I don’t have to. So there you go, Wild Child was born! A shiny new pandemic code baby.
If we do not draw boundaries where we can respect ourselves, burnout is simply inevitable. Just like how your knowledge of object oriented programming is required for your dev job, so is your ability to keep burnout at bay. So let’s draw some lines shall we?
What if I got better at stress and emotional management?
What would that mean for my skills as a developer?
Turns out – it’s everything. It would mean everything
You may be familiar with Kanban as a team tool from your work in development, but have you considered using it as a tool in your ‘personal…… Read more “Why you should ‘Kanban’ your development learning”