My youngest daughter, Samantha, was born a bit over 2 weeks ago. Unfortunately, she was born with mild jaundice. So the doctors asked us to keep a good eye on her feeding patterns, amounts, and diaper changes. We needed some sort of baby tracker.
Going through a newborn schedule can be rather hectic, but adding detailed logging and information hands-off puts another layer of complexity. Fortunately, my wife discovered Baby Tracker.
Baby Tracker has some nice features like:
- Feeding Log – formula vs breast vs pumped
- Diaper Log – wet, dry, mixed, pooped
- Sleeping Log
- General developmental milestones
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Have you ever wondered how does a scratch allergy test looks like? Well, today’s your lucky day! I had it done yesterday. There you go:
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Are you considering a remote position in Software Engineering? I’ve worked remotely for some years now. I started moonlighting in places like the now-defunct vWorker (“Rent A Coder”, back in the day) with my brother in law. Then I moved to full-time offshoring from Mexico, and ended up landing in Canada, working with a team in the US.
Working remotely has some pros and cons, some of which I’ll try to outline here. Needless to say, many of them are just a matter of personal preferences. But I hope it’s useful for someone considering a position in a geographically distributed team.
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Earlier this week, I was talking with a friend about the fact that she doesn’t feel like she deserves a lot of what she has achieved (and she has achieved a lot, actually). I couldn’t feel more empathy. The same thing happens to me.
Why do I feel like I’m an impostor?
Keep in mind that I am:
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