Yesterday I signed up for a Coursera course called Divide and Conquer, Sorting and Searching, and Randomized Algorithms. This is my weakest link in the technical interview process so learning it now is as much about building my self confidence as it is being a better developer. So far in the first part of the lecture I had that sense of panic, “Oh god I’ll never be able to understand.
Back from my travels, today is catching up day. It’s not discouraging as it used to be to come back to a full inbox of emails. I do what I do so that I can have that time with family. These next few months are going to be head down focused on work and making new connections in my new city. Hello, LA!
An observation from my time tracking process: I feel like I don’t have enough time to get everything done. I try to take breaks as needed but during those breaks often end up doing something distracting. Either I break for too long and waste more time or worse, I find myself unfocused and anxious about the work that has yet to be done. This anxiety can push me to get.
This video is from a few weeks ago and I’m excited to share more that I’ve learned since tracking in an upcoming post.
Sincerely welcome to my blog. You’re probably reading this after you’ve read one of my other posts or discovered me via some social media channel. Which means you probably know I write on topics from physical fitness to branding to software development to networking. It’s a broad range of topics but let me frame it to you as getting to know who I am, the ABCS of Nina. These ABCS.