I'm in Tokyo. Client projects are still on hold. Work on The Foundry is going forward, but not at the pace I'd prefer. I made significant progress with the codebase and started playing with design and visual language of the app.
I spend most of my time on these things:
Full steam ahead on The Foundry,
organizing personal knowledge base/wiki.
Time tracking experiment is working so far, and I'm still recording every minute of the day. I'm not ready to give useful insights on that subject yet, so the written report will wait a bit more.
Having a disorganized personal knowledge base was always an issue for me. I think this February I cracked the secret of easily accessible, quickly skimmable notes with a knowledge acquired. I might write about this experience when I feel comfortable with the system I came up.
I'm in the middle of my programming months. Most of the books I spend time are by Paul Hudson. I'd recommend checking his impressive book portfolio. If you are into iOS deveopment no matter what level you are—he wrote books for everyone it seems.
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