2. Chris Pine
3. Ruby Bits
4. Ruby Koans
An ideal bookshelf:
Start with some history -
Visualizing data -
I need a more in-depth book on cartography and mapping. Maybe an “Elements of Style” for data visualization, if such exists.
■ Learn Command Line the Hard Way: http://cli.learncodethehardway.org/book/
■ Command Line Tutorial: http://www.davidbaumgold.com/tutorials/command-line/
Today I continue to pedal on through a never-ending learning journey to make (web) apps.
By September 15, 2013, I will learn back-end scripting, databases and become an as-full-stack-as-I-can developer.
To have culture, people have to participate in society; to have political change, people have to vote and organize; to have global economic success, companies must make products that the world wants. None of this happened [in Japan], however, and in its place, we got nothing new…
We all know that 2013 will just see a little more slouching in the same direction — more nothing. And while the stakes are getting higher and higher for this great nation to turn things around, the stakes for any individual action, field, or event could not feel any lower.
|—||W. David MARX, in Neojaponisme on The Year 2012 in Japan|