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Posted 12 Apr 2014very nice and true article. to sum it up, if you want to learn to code, you have to code. choose projects and tasks that a little above your level, in the begging most of the tasks you choose/find/start will seem pointless, but they have a very important purpose, its called routine />
Posted 24 Mar 2014well my native language is Bulgarian, besides that i speak English, obviously />, German and Albanian. Want to learn some of the nordic (Finish or smth like that) languages and Japanese and/or Mandarin />.
Posted 18 Mar 2014nice article, I definitely felt like the "imposter syndrome" in the past, and even now sometimes too.
Posted 24 Oct 2013usually after i wake up, shower and i think in the US is called triple espresso without sugar + a cigarette .
during the day i have one, two at the most.One after lunch and possibly one, couple of hours after lunch.
Posted 14 Oct 201390% "potential" customers? 90% from how much? 100?1000?100000? more?
I don't think that that calculation is that simple, 90% piracy -> 90% potential customers. Well it looks ok when legislation and statistics are presented, but i don't think the world works that way.
Second nobody cares what the developers/team leads etc like or dislike or what they find annoying, it's the way the market works.(refering to the "Shazim: It is…if you do it right. If I could do it again, or in the future we would go with the Free-to-Play route. I typically don’t like it because I think it’s annoying but I see what developers do it. It’s just the best way to counter piracy." )
The point is, in my opinion, things aren't that simple 90% piracy -> 90% potential customers.
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