Welcome to the eighteenth issue of Zero to Hero Weekly.
It has been a while since I published the last issue, and a lot happened in between. Here are some of the previous few weeks’ highlights.
Update Zero to Hero Articles
- Be the Next Version of Yourself,
- and Resources Every Developer Must Read—No Exceptions.
So you have more than enough bedtime reading material till the end of next year 🙂.
On Hacker Mindset
If you make, break, and create things, I’m sure you’ll like Who Else is Ready to Hack?.
If you believe reinvention is the core ingredient to everything creative and innovative, you should read Grab Your Chisel and Start Pounding.
I’ve gathered the recent Zero to Hero articles you might like in this thread. Take a look:
GopherCon is Coming
I was planning to prep for my GopherCon talk but life got in the way and I have a draft to complete. It’s on Dec, 18th, so I have around two weeks.
So, if you don’t see much content from me, it’s because I’m researching in the rabbit hole of Cloud Native Identity Federation, preparing for the upcoming Christmas break, and mostly getting into the holiday mood where the entire concept of time melds like a marshmallow.
Random Thought of the Week
Work can be stressful. Especially when you are not used to “sheltering at work” for so long. When the boundary between work and non-work diminishes, you end up thinking about work all the time. Work becomes something that keeps you at night (in a not-so-good way).
Honestly, the best of your work-related ideas emerge when you are not doing work. However, thinking about work “all the time” can also mean stressing about work, which keeps you up at night or creates a constant feeling of anxiety.
Here are some strategies you can try to avoid thinking about work in the middle of the night.