Learning by Doing

The Wrong Way When I learned to code, I thought I was learning the wrong way. The 1980s were the Bronze Age of the personal computer with the Apple II, Commodore 64, Atari 800, and the TRS-80 competing for mind and market share. I had gotten it into my head that every home, school, and… Continue reading Learning by Doing

Success Means Learning

Much of my success in life I attribute not to the fortunes or misfortunes of my birth (genetics, socioeconomics) but to my ability to learn and act on what I’ve learned. I could be totally wrong. As an experiment of one all my success could be due to luck and happenstance. I have learned that… Continue reading Success Means Learning