- Relationships: I spent 80% of my nights socializing with people. I caught up with a lot of friends from college and had several nice dates.
- Career: The Lansing JVM User Group's back on! We had a low key meeting at Reno's East which I consider a pretty great success. And I've finally written a post on BDD with ScalaTest, which I'll develop into a slide deck soon.
- Health and Longevity: I've finally gotten around to fixing up bikes for the riding season.
- Financial Independence: We finally moved our emergency fund to a bank with higher interest.
Leave Work on Time
This has been going better. The minor task list did help fill the time between 3:00pm and 4:30pm with light commitments.
- Trigger(s): Computer and phone reminders at 3:30pm, computer and phone reminders at 4:00pm, computer and phone reminders and auto-close computer communication apps at 4:30pm, auto-logout at 5:00pm.
- Action(s): Stop current task. Close email and chat applications. Work on an easy task.
Personal Goals Reviews
Still going strong. I'm gonna remove this habit from future posts, as it's pretty well established.
This has been going well as well. I wrote Behavior Driven Development on the JVM with ScalaTest last week. I'm going to stop mentioning this in the future as well, as it's well established.
We missed this fortnight's financial review. :/
Behavior Driven Development on the JVM + BitClock Scala
I finished Behavior Driven Development on the JVM with ScalaTest and started bitclock-scala. There's still a bit of functionality left to be implemented, and I'd like to turn the blog post into a presentation, but I'm well pleased to have finally gotten this out of my head.
I've created a repository for bitclock-j5 and committed tooling and a testbed. Next I'll try controlling the Arduino Uno's onboard LED with TypeScript and get to soldering that LED matrix.