Design your system with security in mind from the get-go. Adding it later is always a pain. Security needs no to be an afterthought. It needs to be a pillar from which to build upon. Otherwise, it will be flawed by compromises.

A few months ago I started writing 200 words a day and I’ve been writing consistently every single day ever since. The goal since the beginning was of improving my website. I’ve always wanted to write a lot more than I actually did. I pass long periods of time writing...

I think timezones and sync are two of the things every programmer is going to fight against at least once in his career.

Just the act of turning the page to a new sheet of paper (or opening an empty note on your computer) and staring at the screen makes you write. Don’t say it doesn’t, cause it’s just not true. Just pause and keep staring withoug doing anything, you will write. Maybe...

On paper, I’m a big believer in going to bed early and waking up early. Truth be told, I always do the opposite. It’s easier and I’m lazy.1 Being lazy is one of the main prerequisites for being a programmer. ↩