Letter to my friend Year 2020.
This year you were the toughest test to us all so far. I’m happy the joy you brought through challenges worth tackling at my life.
Totally unexpected. Month after month you gave me great surprises, both good and bad.
You could have been far more punishing for me, but you had mercy. I’m grateful for that.
Thanks for coming to visit!
Most of the time we wished we didn’t have shortcomings, but if we were perfect we wouldn’t have challenges that end up creating for us the room we just need to improve.
What if we could change these bad habits into beneficial ones? What if we compounded our future self with a better present? Does the prospect of a better yourself excite you? There’s beauty in our imperfection.
Disclaimer: I’m presenting this post without any figures or math, so it’s just my opinion based on professional past eye-witnessed experiences. This post will not be about hate, but rather on the weaknesses of delivery of recent trending technologies.
Recently I’ve seen a dangerous trend in software development, more specifically about web and desktop technologies. I wish not to bash on software frameworks such as Electron, but I think there are hidden costs for both junior developers and enterprises are ignoring. Let’s dig a bit deeper ahead.