Building large websites is cool, but not as cool as getting emails from strangers saying how much they love your site – that’s what it’s all about :) 4 years ago
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How I did it: first, make it work, then make it work better.
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2- learn it WELL
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5- grab notepad and a redbull and enjoy Read how I did it… 4 years ago
Put your burden down has been updated to a brand new version, with much stronger skinnability (total redesign of layout code using divs and spans, prettifying with CSS)
It’s been pretty well visited, but I don’t think many people are using it. It felt good to rework it, though, and so I deem it a success.
I mark this goal as done mainly to clean out my list. This goal should take care of further progress of things like this. 7 years ago
Really, what I meant when I put this goal on my list was that I wanted my software to be successful, as in well used. That’s pretty much the same as ‘Develop a useful and popular web application’
Now, though, I see the duality of this goal – and I prefer the other meaning: I want to write a piece of software that is successful in regards to the process of writing it.
I want to practice Don’t Repeat Yourself, and Do The Right Thing. I want to be smart and get things done. I want to not write stupid or ugly code, even if writing smart and readable code takes longer. I want to work based on a plan, and within a time schedule that is realistic. I want to work with smart people.
I want to create a good Web Administration Interface. 7 years ago