I'm going through FreeCodeCamp.com again.
When I started, it was September, 2015. I was an early tester, helper, builder when Quincy was working his ass off to build it and a bunch of us in the community were volunteering. It was cool.
But, I got distracted by shiny life [objects].
I think this may be the last shiny-object cycle before I finally give it up. I've had lots of fun. But, shiny doesn't work when you need to get results. It's great when all you need to do is pass a day and enjoy yourself. It's great for tourists, for example.
I'm done being a tourist in my own life. I want to be an adventurer. I want to do harder things. I want to increase my capacity to do harder things and lead others while overcoming great obstacles.
To strengthen my ability, I'll need to take a different approach. Less excitement and more method will be the recipe.
More streaks for sure.
I'll be on #teamstreak by the end of June, but by the end of summer (Sep. 2nd) my goal is to have a full-time software engineering role at a great local company. I don't want to rest on my old skills, I want to be playing with the new toys.
Until then, I'd better set up some routines like @baz.