I have no interest in coding games in JS, but I read the article for the short parenting-and-coding paragraph! I have a 3 months old daughter and time for coding got really rare in the last months. I need more coding/parenting advices! :D
Did not read the rest of the article but flew over it: Amazing work and a very nice article! Thanks for sharing :)
haha I think I have some more advice on that front although it will probably feel self-evident as you read it. The first 6 months felt like I was in a haze, everything was a blur, a fog of exhaustion. I remember sitting one day drinking one of those horrible, horrible powder coffees (no energy to make real coffee) while Teo was asleep and telling my wife: "This is the first time I feel awake, like me, for the past 6 months. What the heck..."
Having a baby is tough as hell, words aren't enough to describe it as you very well know, so:
That, from the top of my head. :D Perhaps we have some other parents with great advice? :D
I have a 4 months old baby and the last part of the title really caught my attention. Good tips BTW. What coding podcast you listen to?
Same here, I’d like to know what you listen to as well for these coding walks
Jaime has a page on his website where he mentions them: barbarianmeetscoding.com/podcasts/.
Here is also a nice selection you can pick from: github.com/rShetty/awesome-podcasts
As Serghei shared (thank you! :D) those are the ones I usually listen to.
Do you have any of your favorites that you'd like to recommend? :D
Apart from the ones listed on your website, I also enjoy listening to JS Party, Command Line Heroes, and Reply All. 👍
Thank you!! I've subscribed to all 😁 JS Party has some awesome panelists 😀
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