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Earlier, I decided to temporarily stop starting new projects to allocate resources to where I can make the greatest positive impact. This is the promised status report on that enterprise. It contains strategies I developed and the progress I made.

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The last months have been great in terms of good stuff happening both in my private and professional life. I’m very happy with the multiple projects I’m working on in the company and the additional handful of pet-projects I’m doing on the side. However, life was so generous to me lately, that one or two opportunities too many have presented themselves to me. I often joke that 24 hours in a day is not enough time to act on all the great ideas. Generally, that isn’t a problem because most ideas can be stored away and acted upon at a later time.

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This is what I learned in February 2019:

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While writing some Protractor tests yesterday, I came across this error:

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This is what I learned in January 2019:

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Recently, I joined a new project. As always when this happens, I got a ton of new credentials for websites, platforms and so on. This flood can easily be managed using password managers like KeePass. However, one of my new colleagues showed me some cool features I didn't know before. This article is a short review of those features.

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