Fact is that, different person have different trust-marking algorithm. Ada yang begitu ketemu orang, dia kasih 100% trust if it worth it, terus berangsur-angsur self-adjusting. Ada juga yang pertama-tama, kasih trust score misal 10%, dan berangsur-angsur naik dari sana if deemed. Nope, trust is earned not given. Jadi kalau ada orang yang kasih 100% trust diawal, and you failed to meet the expectation of that trust score… then that’ll be bad enough. Tapi yaps… everyone has a different trust-marking algorithm.
When you no longer at the same team, you feel you missed them a lot, discussing and doing things together. Sadly I will have to go for it. I will missed them all forever, remembering all the good times.
Sometimes we develop features that are not addressing a pain-point. But when a paint-point was addressed, “why it isn’t get prioritised over features that now are still barely used.” Think should have a new DD style: PPDD: Pain-Point Driven Development.
The feeling of being alone at a crowded place. Without my Amazon Kindle, which sadly I forget to bring it back the last time I went home. Jogja, or Bali… you got to wait me for Tripisco!
I begin to like, love the people here at CM; tho I am new here, and probably the most newbie.
Read it in the british way: “I can’t believe, that my free time is just around the cooarneahr.” Can’t imagine myself how eager I feel even as of now. I should have done this earlier. Ear. Li. Er.
It’s quite an interesting oath, in German:
Wir wollen sein ein einzig Volk von Brüdern,
in keiner Not uns trennen und Gefahr.
Wir wollen frei sein, wie die Väter waren,
eher den Tod, als in der Knechtschaft leben.
Wir wollen trauen auf den höchsten Gott
und uns nicht fürchten vor der Macht der Menschen.
We want to be a single People of brethren,
Never to part in danger nor distress.
We want to be free, as our fathers were,
And rather die than live in slavery.
We want to trust in the one highest God
And never be afraid of human power.