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The other day my wife and I were talking to a friend of hers and she told us how launching a campaign with a tiny mistake cost her company around $40K. She hated the fact that it could have been prevented if only she had “double checked”. I told her how I use checklists for deploying code to production and she couldn’t believe there was such a simple solution.
For the past 10 weeks I’ve focused only on family, health and me. At first I didn’t know if I would enjoy it, find the money or even the time to do such task but now I realize with the proper planing it’s not as crazy as it sounds. Now I’m glad I did because I feel energized and more creative than when I started my vacation.
More and more companies are requiring developers to understand Continuous Integration and Continuous Delivery but starting to implement it in your projects can be a bit overwhelming. Start with a simple website and soon enough you will feel more confident to do with more complex projects.
Ledger is a great tool to keep track of your finances. It’s simple, fast and most important it doesn’t limit you like most other tools.
The following post is a small introduction on how to start traking your finances this 2015.
Being a good developer is not only about knowing how to code. There are many other skills like communication, management, decision-making, etc. One of those very important skills is keeping track of your personal finances.