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Twitter Interests have been automatically collated. You can manually review and amend these (there might be hundreds). I decided to uncheck them all. And did so automatically.
TLDR; Be clear in what you want. Do work and research on your own first. Explain your current position to provide context for what you have done. Do look for help to take the responsible next action.
I want to help people. Everyone who puts content online wants to help people. But often I am unable to help, due to the volume of contact requests and the way that people write their help requests.
Here are a few notes on how to contact people online from whom you want help and support. And how to make it easier for them to respond to your help requests. Including some notes on how I prefer to deal with requests.
TLDR; Use a proxy against localhost by using your machine name or private ip address from ifconfig (or ipconfig).
TLDR; use abstractions for precision and create new abstraction layers which model state and data flow rather than adding it to lower level classes.
This post was created as a response to a question I was asked over email regarding approaches for modelling data re-use in abstractions.
TLDR; Some notes on journaling (a useful process, you should use it), and then all the public content created as a result of journaling over the month of October…
TLDR; Variation in testing often leds us to test data, flows and environments. We can increase the chance that we learn something relevant by reading more blogs, watching YouTube and attending conferences. We can also trigger insights, that we ourselves have gained, by reading meaning into unrelated text, content or koans.