Write, Run, Code

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As I stepped out of the shower this morning, after scrubbing the lingering residue of 2013 off of me, I asked myself, “What do I want 2014 to be full of?”

Overall I consider myself be fortunate, since I have a loving family and I love what I do for money. So from a personal and professional perspective I feel like I’m good.

Well,”good” I guess is subjective and probably not really accurate. I know I am not alone in feeling that family, on all levels: immediate or distant, blood or relation, are complex waters to navigate – wife, kids, mom, dad, sisters and brothers can be overwhelming at times. Also as a digital producer, never stop learning is a job requirement and critical for adapting to the ceaseless shifting of technology.

But for the sake of brevity and this post, I love my fam and pimping pixels, and I couldn’t ask for more from them (although I could, I won’t, right now…)

So back to my post-lavation thoughts, “what do I want 2014 to be full of?”

So short of making an new year’s resolution – I am instead focusing on a new year’s motto and my 2014 motto is going to be the same as this blog post: Write, Run, Code.

By “Write”, I want to write more and make a better effort at documenting what I am doing, more professionally than personally, but we’ll see how that goes. As such I live to create digital projects, whether its  a standard website or a social network or a mobile app, if it connects to the Internet I can probably help build it. Under this auspice I encounter vanguard technology and methodologies to realize outrageous feats of the Internet.  Also as a 20 year netizen I feel like I am not doing my part by not memorializing more of these findings and sharing them for posterity.

“Run” implies exactly that, get my legs moving, heart rate up and sweat as fast as I can – it’s a sight.

And by “Code” I want to make an even more concerted effort on learning more about all types of programming languages and frameworks. This means more engaging more PHP and JavaScript as well as C#, Java and other Object-Oriented Programming languages that will make me better at all the things I do.

So there it is, that’s the motto for 2014: Write, Run, Code.

01. January 2014 by CSA
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