No Art and Science serve alone;
Patience must in the work be shown. Goethe
A continuous pursuit of knowledge for either personal or professional reasons is called “Lifelong learning” - also known as “
Brain Baking”. I discovered that in order for me to teach and inspire others, I first had to teach and inspire myself. You are looking at the result of that work.
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Getting rid of iframes and Google Cookies
Rather, it's Reflection-in-action! Or is it?
Tis not the stuff but the fluff that matters
Community Smells Explained
Or the way adventure games (used to) work
Beyond webmention.io and static site integration
Remember Hoppies, Flippos, Spacix or Panini stickers?
A Critique and reflection of the process
A follow-up on the insanity of collecting retro games
Afterthoughts on (smart) note-taking approaches
From the perspective of a Java/C#/JS/C++ dev
There goes the group chat while farming for gear...