It is my opinion that functional programming will be huge this year, and thus very beneficial to begin learning. The problem, is that learning functional programming from scratch can be so confusing because of the vast amount of jargon associated...
In an attempt to get a lot of shit done, I have done what many books and
productivity systems have recommended over the years, which is to create a “todo” list and I’ll do my best to work through that.
The interesting thing is that the longer I stick to one of these systems, the
longer that list gets of things that just don’t ever seem to get done. Ughh, how
I often get asked what caused me to give up being a “Youtube celebrity” and a
life of playing video games for a living to go work at IBM.
Well, discussing reasoning behind some of my life decisions could be a conversation of it’s own,
but for now I’d love to share the story of my journey from having no idea what I was
doing to landing one of the most amazing jobs I could ever ask for.
Have you ever been overwhelmed by the idea of becoming truly great at programming, and accomplishing some of the things that the people you look up to do? I’ve spent some time really deconstructing how best to take myself from zero to hero and I’d love to discuss what I’ve discovered over the years.