I’ve Seen The Future

I’ve seen the future of restaurants.
A future where nobody fights for a counter to order food.
A future where people don’t stand beside you giving menu cards, and writing down orders.
A future where menu cards speak for themselves.
A future where menu cards take your order, and talk to its chef.
A future where even your mobile could become a menu card.
A future where menu cards learn from your choices.
I’ve seen it all.

Now wait till someone, makes the future happen.

Fighting AngularJs

I’ve been doing a lot of AngularJs lately.
One fact about angularjs is that, initially you like the magic that comes down with angular, but soon get lost in loose conventions and the freedom it gives.
Well, I’m logging some writes I found interesting, regarding the issue and how to go about it.

http://trochette.github.io/Angular-Design-Patterns-Best-Practices/#/proven
http://www.artandlogic.com/blog/2013/05/ive-been-doing-it-wrong-part-1-of-3/
https://coderwall.com/p/y0zkiw
https://github.com/angular/angular.js/wiki/Best-Practices

I’ve read some till the bottom line, and some not.
Bookmarking them here, to catch later.

OA(u)th

My blog is becoming more of an ‘Oath Machine’ nowadays.
Let’s be technical and call it Oa(u)th. Open Authentication, makes sense? no? fine.

1.0:
I will try and make one meaningful code commit, for any open source project(mine or forked). Everyday.

2.0:
Wake up early no matter how late I crash.

3.0:
Make use of TwentyOneDays(App that I built #Proudly #Android) to keep track of the above and improve.

**3.0 is not as serious.

Thoughts at 0100 Hrs

Sleep is turning into my biggest mistake, I can’t resist to commit.
I sleep. I wake up. Walk/ride to research park. Code. Walk/ride home back. Sleep.

There’s a terrible fall in my pace of writing.
Less social writes.
Less blog writes.

Well, that’s because I have nothing to tell.
Nothing to rant about.
Nothing to write about.
That’s what happens when your life becomes the code you write.
No story to tell. That’s an issue.
Serious one.

Got to fix that up.
Get work done quickly. Sacrifice sleep. Do/Experience stuff that you want to tell people.

Thoughts 23:42, October 7

Keeping devlogs aren’t exactly working.
My github streak has hit a maximum of 18 days and then broke to pieces.
As of now, all the code I write is a direct result of a panic race to get the first working version out.

Well, that’s not very good for me and the rest.
I’m trying to devote time to hang on with other stuff. Things – apart from get-shit-done world.
I’m going to wake early, get-shit-done early, and devote atleast a couple of hours/day for writing open source code/reading/hacking/etc.

Let’s see how this goes.
Very easy to say at 00:00, but not so at the wake of mornings!

Let’s put this on publicly to atleast remind me what I should be doing.