Category: productivity

Balancing Time

I first wrote this post four years ago. I put it on a blog that no longer exists. Funnily enough, I still refer to it myself, so I figured it might be best served in a place where other people can see it. I’ve made only a few minor tweaks to the original content. A lot about how I work has changed, but most of th...

Top 12 Productivity Tips for WebStorm and Angular: Part 1

In this two-part series on WebStorm and Angular, Google Developer Experts Jurgen Van de Moere and Todd Motto share their favorite productivity tips for developing Angular applications using WebStorm. In this first part, Jurgen shares his personal top five WebStorm features that allow him to increase his productivity on...

A Guide To Personal Side Projects

   Personal side projects are a cornerstone of creative growth and discovery. While they might not always result in financial gain, the long-term benefits are often much more useful. Benefits such as personal growth, creative exploration and generation of professional opportunities are some of the reaso...

Getting More Work Done Without Simply Working More Hours

   The past few months have been challenging for me. I have taken on a host of new responsibilities at work and juggling that added workload has proven to be difficult. Like many web professionals, my first instinct was to work longer hours – to come into the office early, stay late, and to give up s...

Getting More Work Done Without Simply Working More Hours

   The past few months have been challenging for me. I have taken on a host of new responsibilities at work and juggling that added workload has proven to be difficult. Like many web professionals, my first instinct was to work longer hours – to come into the office early, stay late, and to give up s...

How To Run A Side Project: Screenings Case Study

   Did you know you have a superpower? No, I’m not talking about super-strength, sticking to walls or pushing metal claws out of your forearms (although you might have those as well, for all I know). If you work on the web — which I assume you do if you’re reading this — your superpower...