The first week of December is over. We did it!! 👏👏
Some things that happened:
- I got my Spotify end of year wrap up and found out I listened to 37,495 minutes of music and 20 full hours of that was BROCKHAMPTON. Here's my 2019 Top Tracks Playlist if you want to judge me.
- I turned 27 🎂
- I refactored a huge chunk of my basic-music-player app to use handlebars templates rendered from the backend and got the routing setup. I can more easily build out new features now 💻 💯
Some good written word:
- I read a thought provoking Agile article by Charles Lamdin, Dear Agile, I’m Tired of Pretending
- Not an article, but I got an audible subscription and started listening to Extreme Ownership by Jocko Willink and Leif Babin. It's been real helpful in getting me thinking about how I can improve and develop as a leader.
If you had a sweet top tracks playlist or an audiobook recommendation, I'd love to hear it. Recommendations are always better with human backing 😄
Hope everyone is having an awesome last month of the year. You got this!
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