Background The first commit I sent for an organisation just out of college, was a 200 line change with the commit message as “Fix Index Bug”. I would never forget the mortified look on my team lead’s face, when he saw the commit message. He tried to explain me as patiently as possible about the importance and power of a commit message. The 22-year-old-me was convinced that it was not a big deal, and in no way commit messages would botch engineering productivity.
I was able to do a lot of reading in the latter half of 2020, not as much as I would have liked to, but not too shabby. I hope to get back to reading a book every week this year (not because I have to touch an arbitrary number, simply because I enjoy reading). Note: This list would be updated and maintained from January 1, 2021. Key: Books in bold are made my mind or heart leap.
I plan to consume a lot more content hopefully this year. Okay, let me rephrase, I plan to consume a lot more content which I find interesting, or fun and not because it’s the latest fad in the town. Of course, some latest fad might be interesting or fun, but we will see to that. This page will be updated with whatever I watch or listen post 1st January, 2021.