TED is great. It helps you remember that your job and subject is just a little piece of the whole world. It helps to look back into your life, analyze what wasn’t exactly right and learn it for the future. It helps you to generate ideas on your own.
Disclaimer: this post is not about personal praise, arrogance and chattery. It’s just a checklist of strikethrough items in my life. Remember, this is my personal blog and I want to write about my life.
There is a popular tradition to summarize things done during the outgoing year. I’m personally doing this second year in a row. You might ask what’s the matter of this?
Well, for me it’s a great opportunity to realize how far did I push my life in the fixed time range. This way is great to measure your progress and set the appropriate goals for the future.
A couple of weeks ago I was celebrated a university graduation. Well, what does the “celebrated” mean? I just picked my diploma and went back to work. But nevermind.
One year left since the moment I applied to my first startup project. Excitedly I went to open-minded communities. To people with a huge desire to speed up their own personal progress. To people with challenging ideas and plans to capitalize them.
Это мой первый русскоязычный пост в блоге. Почему не на английском?
а) ценность данного поста на английском языке будет невысокой
б) очень хотелось бы сделать обобщение мероприятия для тех, кто на него не попал (нет, на Хабре его не будет)
в) попробовать изложить свои мысли как есть, без попыток перенять новые лексические обороты и прочих штук из иностранного языка.
Disclaimer: this post is not about personal praise, arrogance and chattery. It’s just a checklist of strikethrough items in my life. Remember, this is my personal blog and I want to write about my life, although having no idea why. There must be some explanations by behavioural psychology I should learn in 2017.
Hi to everyone who`s found this blog by chance and scroll it for interest. My full name is Mikhail Chinkov, I`m IT-student from Russia, you can count me as a beginner. My major IT-field is a system administration. At present it may be called as a operations engineering. Generally it doesn’t really matter. Especially I’d like to find out a clear answer on one question: how to build failover, secure and speedy information systems. But also I’m trying to keep my mind open for every common technology and methods that I see.