The last time I wrote down resolutions was way back in 2014. I had done it for many years at that point, dating back to even before my old blog. Somehow I fell out of what I consider a positive habit. Well, it's time to pick ...
This is my summary of my resolutions for 2014 and an early pass at my resolutions for 2015. I'm doing this right now instead of at the end of the year because as of the afternoon of December 21, I'm going off the grid.
It was an incredible day. I'll savor the moment we promised ourselves to each other in matrimony forever. She is the other half of my soul, and since we've become husband ...
Making New Year's Resolutions is something I do every year. It's important to me. I like to set goals and see how well I do.
Inspired by Alex Clark's meme, here is my own entry into this end-of-year fun.
Alex had his own focused on Python applications, frameworks, and libraries. Me, I'm going for a more general approach. This year I discovered:
I'm one of those people who not only likes to make New Year's Resolutions, I like to blog about them.
Go to a Python related conference in North America, Europe, and Asia. Conferences I attended:
- PyCon US
- DjangoCon Europe
- PyCon Philippines
- PyCon Poland
See a place in the USA I've never been. A couple places I saw:
Drop to a 32 waist
Tarek Ziade has a habit of ending the year with a Python-themed meme. I've matched his meme the times he previousstarted it, and as you can tell from the title of this blog post I'm matching him yet again.
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