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All posts tagged with work

How do you help your partner when they struggle?

1 year ago, for day 217 by Leonie Jonk 💘

After a rough weekend with some downs (one of which I wrote here), some ups (we went to get a Loempia at the market and we went for a short motorcycle ride!) we've finally arrived at a new week. After spending most of Sunday feeling like everything was a pain...

Fierce stalemate

1 year ago, for day 210 by Vlad Fratila

This is going to be another work rant I'm afraid. When issues of some importance occur at my workplace, and indeed in any software development team, the work needed is handled by middle management. Meetings are called, schedules are drafted, tickets are created and people are being asked politely to...

Long Days

1 year ago, for day 203 by Yorick Phoenix 🥁

Days sheltering in place: 2^7-1 Exercise: nope. Keyboarding: a few simple melodies The days are long, not just the number of hours of sunlight, but the work days too. I’m in bed when I know I really should finish the work that I didn’t get done today. At least...

My new software project

1 year ago, for day 77 by Vlad Fratila

Modern software teams leverage continuous delivery to gain control over their software. The growing set of practices of testing, automation and CI/CD puts every team member on equal footing, and empowers a team to move fast and with confidence. This effort requires commitment, and I am always happy when I...


1 year ago, for day 68 by Vlad Fratila

Well, it happened - the panic has reached Romania. For now, there are just a few isolated cases, but we'll see what happens. I don't want to go to work tomorrow. I'm afraid of catching the virus. No, I'm not talking about the coronavirus. Although I must admit that I...

My streak is gone

1 year ago, for day 36 by Vlad Fratila

I've been walking around with a distinct feeling that I forgot something. It felt like I missed a day of writing, but I didn't know which one. Looking back, I felt in touch with my thoughts, - it must have been the writing that did it. Alas! That is not...