We all make them, face it, we're human, so now that we made this minor to major mistake, how can we make sure it doesn't happen again?
Here is my big steps of mistake prevention:
1. Document your projects, and include any mistakes as part of your project documentation
2. When planning your projects, research past projects to make sure that project development process is always improving.
3. Status Quo = Death, so always try to keep learning more, different skills, different approaches
4. Share your mistakes, take responsibility for your own mistakes, so that when you do good things, you can take credit for them.
Do you have the honor and integrity to be honest with yourself and those around you?
The path of pursuing a craft is not an easy one, but if you give up, or don't even give your best than why bother?
After all, if we have a dream, we must pursue to it's end.
In honor, of former President Ronald Reagan, who showed what it's like when american's dream, and then go ahead and make those dreams real.
I am mostly living my dream, although it is too easy to take it for granted.
I never imagined that after 10 years of fast food, I'd suddenly become a professional Web Developer.
Where did all of you come from before this field?
What kinds of dreams and visions do you have for your own lives?
I'd really like to hear what you all say.