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  • Retrospective Jan 14 – 20/ Planning: Jan 21 – 27
    This week was fairly productive despite a few setbacks. An overall workflow is becoming clearer for me and I’m confident that I’ll still be able to meet my delivery date of end of February. Learning Cocoa (iOS/macOS): Work load didn’t allow me to move forward with CloudKit and In-App Purchase ... read more
    Source: Alondo Brewington – “Cocoa Nomad”Published on 2018-01-22By thecocoanomad
    1 day ago
  • Retrospective Jan 7 – 13/ Planning: Jan 14 – 20
    I’m currently working on 3 software projects (2 apps/1 framework).  The goal is to get Gobo and Puffin submitted to the App Store by end of February with each using the DTSEssentials framework. Learning Cocoa (iOS/macOS): Ongoing learning to improve my knowledge in Cocoa/Swift: Last Week This Week Generics ... read more
    Source: Alondo Brewington – “Cocoa Nomad”Published on 2018-01-15By thecocoanomad
    1 week ago
  • A #Woke Reading List
    Image via AdWeek Start your year off by informing yourself, sheeple! It's the beginning 2018, the perfect time to leave the dumpster fire of last year behind and learn about the world. I've been sitting on this post for a long time, but OPRAH motivated me to finish this reading/watching list ... read more
    Source: Emily Heaslip – “Arrivals/Departures”Published on 2018-01-08By Emily Heaslip
    2 weeks ago
  • 2018: A Year in Interview
    So you want to talk about your 2018 New Year’s Resolutions? I’d rather skip the stereotypical screeds about resolutions and jump right into the goals that I’ve set for 2018 and why. But what about the goals from 2017? 2017 was a reset year for me. I only shipped a ... read more
    Source: Alondo Brewington – “Cocoa Nomad”Published on 2018-01-08By thecocoanomad
    2 weeks ago
  • Long-Term Digital Nomad Q&A
    I often see requests for interviews and information about people who are digital nomads or remote workers.Because I’ve been a digital nomad since June 2014, traveling full-time for 3.5 years while working remotely, I figure I’m close to being one of the longest running (and most frequent moving) out there.Actual photo of ... read more
    Source: Katherine Conaway – “Katherine Conaway”Published on 2017-12-29By Katherine Conaway
    4 weeks ago
  • Star Wars: The Last Jedi
    It is time for my fandom to end. My love affair began at age 9 with The Empire Strikes Back, as it was my first memorable theatre experience. I had seen Star Wars but the feeling of seeing Luke and Vader battle in Cloud City, Yoda dispense wisdom while training ... read more
    Source: Alondo Brewington – “Cocoa Nomad”Published on 2017-12-27By thecocoanomad
    4 weeks ago
  • Interviews with Digital Nomads
    A year ago, I asked some of my fellow Remote Year participants to record interviews about their careers (hear clips from several of those in the introduction episode).The podcast is now live — check out the episode page for a list of all currently available episodes.(Below is a selection of episodes & ... read more
    Source: Katherine Conaway – “Katherine Conaway”Published on 2017-12-22By Katherine Conaway
    1 month ago
  • Interviews with Digital Nomads
    A year ago, I asked some of my fellow Remote Year participants to record interviews about their careers (hear clips from several of those in the introduction episode).The podcast is now live — check out the episode page for a list of all currently available episodes.(Below is a selection of episodes & ... read more
    Source: Katherine Conaway – “Katherine Conaway”Published on 2017-12-22By Katherine Conaway
    1 month ago
  • 5 Things I Like This Week: December 15
    How cool is the outside of the Museo Soumaya?! Where did this week go? First it felt like Monday was three days long, and then it felt like Friday came up fast. Time is weird. I have a lot of picks this week, but here are just a few! To Visit: ... read more
    Source: Emily Heaslip – “Arrivals/Departures”Published on 2017-12-15By Emily Heaslip
    1 month ago
  • 5 Things I Like This Week: December 8
    Hi I'm a tourist. For real you guys, there is not enough oxygen going to my brain right now. I'm in Mexico City! I love it! I'm eating all the tacos! And the altitude is taking its toll. Sorry if these picks are weird. To Read: The Golden HouseSalman Rushdie This book has ... read more
    Source: Emily Heaslip – “Arrivals/Departures”Published on 2017-12-08By Emily Heaslip
    2 months ago
  • 10 Books To Take on Your Travels
    "Digital nomads in awesome shirts," Rosanna Lopes edition. When suitcase space is at a premium (or storage space on your devices), choosing which books can go the distance is mission critical. You know those books you keep coming back to over and over and never get sick of? This is ... read more
    Source: Emily Heaslip – “Arrivals/Departures”Published on 2017-12-06By Emily Heaslip
    2 months ago
  • Why They Won’t Pursue Your Idea
    You’ve experienced this: you’ve been working at the company long enough to know how things work and you’re confident in your skills and contributions. It’s been long enough that you see more than just where the chinks in the armor are or opportunities than the company should be pursuing. At ... read more
    Source: Alondo Brewington – “Cocoa Nomad”Published on 2017-12-05By thecocoanomad
    2 months ago
  • I appreciate your response & reflection on your own family.
    I appreciate your response & reflection on your own family.I think a lot of the point of the article and my post was that a lot of these “choices” about relationship dynamics and roles is less true choice and more a consequence of our culture. Most choices are like that — we’re primed ... read more
    Source: Katherine Conaway – “Katherine Conaway”Published on 2017-11-25By Katherine Conaway
    2 months ago
  • Thank you! I’m glad you enjoyed it.
    Thank you! I’m glad you enjoyed it.I think that, actually, both my parents appreciated each other and taught us to — even and especially after their divorce. Though they were likely hurt by and frustrated by the situation and ex-partner, they always made an effort to speak well of the other’s parenting efforts ... read more
    Source: Katherine Conaway – “Katherine Conaway”Published on 2017-11-25By Katherine Conaway
    2 months ago
  • I appreciate your response & reflection on your own family.
    I appreciate your response & reflection on your own family.However, I wasn’t claiming that this was typical or normal because of my personal experience— but because of the article I quoted and other research I’ve read on relationship dynamics and women’s roles at home & in society.The reflection on my family was ... read more
    Source: Katherine Conaway – “Katherine Conaway”Published on 2017-11-25By Katherine Conaway
    2 months ago