A nice article, I like his point of view of programming: Why I Program In Ruby (And Maybe Why You Shouldn’t)

So programming ruins my life the way that Math ruins a mathematicien’s life or Music ruins a musicien’s life. Maybe I am a dreamer, but if we don’t live for our dreams, what we live for ?

Very funny Sometimes to interview developers can be funny

Yes, the most effective way is Invest in yourself

My startup path


“You don’t need to have it all figured out right now. The important thing is to keep moving forward. Seek opportunities to learn or try something new, something with uncertain outcomes. If you’re interested in startups, don’t sit around waiting for the perfect opportunity, just go find one that sounds interesting and get a job there. The startup will probably fail, but you will succeed because you have learned a lot more than you otherwise would have.”

“Perfect” is the enemy of “good enough”, and

The secret to making things easy: avoid hard problems

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