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Dev.to Review #12: Top 7 Of The Week, Discussed

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DEV.TO Review (15 Part Series)

1) Dev.To Review #1: Top 7 Of The Week, Discussed 2) Dev.To Review #2: Top 7 Of The Week, Discussed 3 ... 13 3) Dev.to Review #3: Top 7 Of The Week, Discussed 4) Dev.to Review #4: Top 7 Of The Week, Discussed 5) Dev.to Review #5: Top 7 Of The Week, Discussed 6) Dev.to Review #6: Top 7 Of The Week, Discussed 7) Dev.to Review #7: Top 7 Of The Week, Discussed 8) Dev.to Review #8: Top 7 Of The Week, Discussed 9) Dev.to Review #9: Top 7 Of The Week, Discussed 10) Dev.to Review #10: Top 7 Of The Week, Discussed 11) Dev.to Review #11: Top 7 Of The Week, Discussed 12) Dev.to Review #12: Top 7 Of The Week, Discussed 13) Dev.to Review #13: Top 7 Of The Week, Discussed 14) Dev.to Review #14: Top 7 Of The Week, Discussed 15) Dev.to Review #15: Top 7 Of The Week, Discussed

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You know the deal (or maybe you don't, I don't know, I won't judge either way), Malik and I are together again to discuss this week's Top 7 Articles on dev.to!

This week's discussed posts are:

Do you have long-term goals that you're working towards? Do you have a good trigger to remind you of them?

Have there been any times you've over-optimized for the 5%? What did you learn from it?

Let us know in the comments!

We're still experimenting with post formats, audio, etc., so if you have any thoughts, feel free to let us know here, or on Twitter at @dangolant and @milkstarz.

DEV.TO Review (15 Part Series)

1) Dev.To Review #1: Top 7 Of The Week, Discussed 2) Dev.To Review #2: Top 7 Of The Week, Discussed 3 ... 13 3) Dev.to Review #3: Top 7 Of The Week, Discussed 4) Dev.to Review #4: Top 7 Of The Week, Discussed 5) Dev.to Review #5: Top 7 Of The Week, Discussed 6) Dev.to Review #6: Top 7 Of The Week, Discussed 7) Dev.to Review #7: Top 7 Of The Week, Discussed 8) Dev.to Review #8: Top 7 Of The Week, Discussed 9) Dev.to Review #9: Top 7 Of The Week, Discussed 10) Dev.to Review #10: Top 7 Of The Week, Discussed 11) Dev.to Review #11: Top 7 Of The Week, Discussed 12) Dev.to Review #12: Top 7 Of The Week, Discussed 13) Dev.to Review #13: Top 7 Of The Week, Discussed 14) Dev.to Review #14: Top 7 Of The Week, Discussed 15) Dev.to Review #15: Top 7 Of The Week, Discussed

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Awesome episode! Thanks for doing these regularly, they are such a great way to sum up the week on dev.to.

Looking forward to more episodes in the new year.

 

Thanks Helen! We're doing our best to tweak continuously, I'm excited to hear your thoughts in the new year!

 

The outro music was amazing this week and the banter gets better each week between you guys. :D

 

Really love the show! Great job guys! :D I usually listen to you at the gym and have lots of comments I'd like to share but then I never get around to it and it slowly fades away in the farthest confines of my mind. Anyway, I just wanted to show appreciation for you and the show!

Love the thoughtful discussion.
Love the music.

And, most importantly, listening to audiobooks is OK, nothing to be ashamed about. I count listening to audiobooks as reading. In fact, there are some audio versions of books that are just beautiful jewels of awesomeness: Leap First by Seth Godin, wonderful, Artemis with Rosario Dawson awesome, any book by Simon Sinek read by him inspiring (such an awesome communicator that man is), The Stormlight Archive with both male and female voices just genious! Having voices over a book adds a complete different dimension and flavor to the experience. So that's that. Enjoy your audio books. (mic drop) :D

 

Thanks Jaime, like Malik said, it really does mean a lot! Hopefully in 2019 we can do some of the cool stuff people have been suggesting, we're not taking the time off just to chill (though there will be much chilling hopefully, chilling is important). I'd never heard of Leap First, looks interesting, thanks for the tip!

 

Chilling is good! :D

Everything Seth Godin is just great. He usually narrates his books and he's just awesome. Leap First is a summary of most of his work plus some, done in a special format with a small audience. Really nice.

 

Ahhh Jaime that means a lot that you took the time to write out all of your thoughts and comments.

Glad to hear that you love the music, you have @dangolant to thank for that, he picks MOST of the music ;)

I definitely know I need to look into audio books more! I'll try starting off with those ones you mentioned.

Cheers :)

 
 

Loved the episode, thanks for sharing! Also really loved your insights on my article, great to hear your opinions on the subject.

 

We could probably talk until the Sun goes dim about the topics you touched on, I found your comparisons and sourcing on other professions compelling. We really had fun with it :).

 

Glad to hear you liked the episode, thanks for writing! :D