I have been a developer professionally in some capacity for more than 10 years, though I made my first websites in the late 90s. They were terrible, even by the standards of Geocities.
My preference for front end development is likely connected to me being a design hobbyist who used the internet to show off derivative ideas. Across my career I have also worked with Classic ASP, .net, PHP, and SQL in my brief time as an analyst, but building accessible user interfaces for people is where I have settled.
- Reading The Ronde: Inside the World's Toughest Bike Race by Edward Pickering, and The Shock Doctrine: The Rise of Disaster Capitalism by Naomi Klein
- Learning German
- Watching Servant
- Writing a new version of nivolet.cc
- Following a strict plan on TrainerRoad
- Daydreaming about being able to travel again