One of the usual thing happens in an organization is that everytime someone make some mistake, they will be blamed. It’s not okay to focus on the blame instead of finding the solution of the problem. I see a lot of people are really like to staying on the situation of blaming other people just because they made a mistake. For me, i always tell my team that our organization is fail friendly.
As a code reviewer, i use Github / BitBucket Pull Request a lot. And in a few months ago, we moved all of our codebase From GitHub into Bitbucket. Let me tell you our workflow, we have a single development branch and everyone use that as a starting point on developing new features or even fixing a bug. After that everyone will create a New Pull Request to be reviewed by me.
I’m a workaholic based on http://www.bbc.com/capital/story/20161017-how-to-tell-if-youre-a-workaholic. Although i’m a workaholic, its never been my intention to work for money. I’m working cause i love doing it. I love to learn, solving problems, get new challenges, improve myself, and many more. I remember when i became a Teacher in my high school, i was very excited to be on the school everyday. It’s not because i need to be there, it’s simply because i wanted to be there.
This morning before i go to the office, i spent about an hour to watch a video from iTunes U on the course How to Start a Startup. The content is good, lots of Startup founders in this course are sharing their experience on how they are building products and startups. From Sam Altman, Paul Graham, and many more. I watched the video “Before the Startup” today by Paul Graham. He mention a lot about how to start a startup, and also about growths.