Hey littlelogs, I didnt do much during these past 3 days since we moved to a new country and had to prepare the new house but will get back to work tomorrow and keep working on my regular project test framework.
I has been just crazy over the last two days. I had to review several materials including business plans and prepare a review, I am still working on it right now and have a meeting in 30 min and another during the day. We almost finished moving all of our house furniture to the car and trailer so we feel quite confident by moving Monday now ;-) I just want to end with all these paperwork so I can go back to my work.
I have taken a day off, getting a diner with friends though I had to do a few calls with potential clients that ended with long discussions… BTW I am pretty much amazed by the #littlelogs effect when I see all the stuffs others accomplished today it really motivates me to accomplish even more as the first thing tomorrow ;-)
In one of a @belle blog’s monthly review post, she pointed out the coding time spent for a month in her code editor. As I am using #atom (a #emacs lover though), I looked for a similar feature that could fit with atom, I found out that #wakatime provides such a feature as a service and that includes dozens of IDEs. It was quite easy to install and configure the dedicated wakatime package for atom. So I am ready to test it tomorrow as see if it helps retrospect my work-time. I was also wondering if this service was able to track my time spent debugging on the browser. In fact, there is an extension for chrome available, though stated as unavailable on their website, but you have to clone it from their github repo and build it yourself, then you load the folder on chrome and it is ready to work.
I kept #refactoring my project code today. I made the choice in the past to follow the #johnpapa style guide that encourages keeping a nested hierarchy of modules with views, controllers and services folders for each module. But as I have turned my backend engine to #loopback, I already questioned myself a few times about the need of nested files/modules hierarchy since I kept all my services with the all-in-one generated #angular #loopback services file. For now I will keep this structure and see if it becomes boring with time.
I am #refactoring my #angular frontend code following the good advice of #johnpapa style guide. I have also taken a moment to fill out boxes since we are moving to Portugal next Monday. Yet a lot to do including the preparation of the car and the trailer. Didnt work on the scenarios code yet.
I am cleaning up the kitchen right now, preparing my herbal tea with sweat agav sirop and my ginger shot (1 apple and 3cm of ginger juiced), then I will prepare my morning juice and will start working on my current (#node #angular) project I have to prepare the #bdd test scenarios with #yadda #mocha and #protractor
Just received my littlelogs confirmation email from @josh, thanks. Here I am ready to try to write down my daily achievements or fails but also my feedback so that I can share and keep a track for later reminders or review. Writing it from my bed a bit late now (almost 4am, Spain), ohhh it reminds me that I always wished to start logging my night dreams. I read somewhere it really help maintain his dream memory so one can better remind the dream details and eventually experiment a #luciddream. Already tried this in the past but it really worth doing it again. Will be the first to do when Ill wake up thanks to this log…