It reminded me who am I and what my passions are. It's a place where values are not just words on a paper, but truly talented individuals can express themselves by contributing and doing extraordinary things.
There were multiple projects from John Hancock which gave me the opportunity to try out various technologies.
Not sure if it's the funnies thing, but it surely made me feel good, it was an instance when I managed to get 1st place into a challenge, being initially in 2nd place.
It was the early days of me competing, when I had a Top 5 placement into the Digital Run for development.
Lately I like the soundtrack from Suits TV Series (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=J3Y2h8qUc3M)
Wendell, because most of the times challenge scope is clear and challenges go smooth. Nevertheless, lately I had a very good collaboration with Talesforce as well.
Being a mathematics enthusiast since primary school, it was natural that programming followed that, and I got a programming education in high school and further on in the University.
As my first choice is working with .NET and related technologies, I primarily use Visual Studio and Visual Studio Code, which seems to be catching up with other cross-platform IDEs. I've tried other IDEs, like Atom, Sublime, but they couldn't make me completely switch. I can't wait to meet other TCO competitors to see their way of working.
"Continuous Delivery" – Dave Farley
"From good to great" – James C. Collins
Tabs – efficiency comes from doing more using less.