How to quickly write and run Kotlin script – practical guide
As Kotlin has that ability with .kts (Kotlin script) files, I started looking for ways to achieve it in the fastest and simplest way possible. Following is a summary of my discoveries.
YearCompass – fix your New Year’s resolutions
I started just one year ago (2020/2021). But because I clearly see how good this concept is, I thought it would be great to spread the word so that you can benefit from it this year as well. YearCompass is a free booklet that you can print, or fill digitally. The idea behind is simple - help us close the current year and plan the next one.
How to make writing easier
Let's face it. Most readers just skim the text of articles. Unless they're true fans of a given author or seeking a specific kind of information, chances that the article will be consumed top to bottom are low as hell.
Why I changed Kindle for a reader with e-ink and Android
Reading non-fiction books becomes a huge part of my life. I’m trying to read only the most recommended books by people I respect, or one with the highest rating. Of…
Adding new words to learn with Android devices
This article is a continuation of the previous one where I discussed the whole process of effortless learning and memorizing new words that came up on your way. In this post, I will present an alternative version of the first step, which was saving words. This time however, I will focus on devices with Android.
Changing industry and why you should not be scared about it
The story about asking challenging questions, taking the binding decisions, seeking support, and respecting the time and strategy
Effortless learning and memorizing new words that came up on your way
with free tools: Google Translate, Quizlet, and Loop
Code reviews done right
Practical tips to improve code reviews in your squad. Here’s a list of good, unusual, and unobvious practices I’ve spotted during code reviews.
The best offline note-taking app
Hands up, who didn't find right app to write, format, export and store researches, recpits, thoughts. If you've got a similar problem then here's good news - I had found the right tool.
3 steps to improve your focus ability during work
The last part of the "Organize yourself" series is associated with deep work. This three-step article tells you how to strengthen and structure the perception.
11 time management tools & tips for power users
Are you looking for the most useful way to be organized? Do you know which tools strengthen productivity and which can destroy it? How techniques could support time managing and work? You'll find lots of answers and tips inside.
10 strategies that help increase productivity
We will take a look on things like: balance, evaluation, deep working, self-improvement and much much more. Hint: Prepare a cup of coffee because this trip will take some time.
Introduction to the world of productivity
This series is sum of years of experiments. During 4 part series, you'll get into details of productivity world. Current part is an answer to simple but important question 'Why should I care about being productive'?