Thinking about how giving and accepting criticism is common in creative writing, design and acting courses, but less so in the workplace.
I have managed to make coding with timezones even more troublesome by trying to deal with BST and dates pre-1916. i.e., before BST existed.
(Well, for people of a certain age, anyway.)
‘Top of the Pops - One Hit Wonders’ is a bit like the alt drivetime: open.spotify.com/album/3KbPjOQz… In case you’re winding up at work for the week.
@johndodds Thank you, I shall take that onboard :)
@aden_76 Thank you for your critique; I shall consider writing more briefly in future :)
I wrote a bit about giving and accepting criticism in writing, design and acting education. And also the workplace. gyford.com/phil/writing/2…
@benterrett Ben “Friday hacker” Terrett.
It’s GitHubby, not GitWifey.
@aanand I had to Google I’m afraid.
Those are FACTS from the COMPUTER, whoever she is osrc.dfm.io/philgyford
“It seems like Phil is—or should be—friends with Alice Bartlett. With this in mind, it's worth noting that Alice speaks fewer languages.”
@mathowie Given we have a real Land's End and a real Jon Snow (a news anchor) in the UK, this is a very odd joke.