My boss, the same guy who encourages us to use the conference rooms to watch yayQuery on our lunch breaks, has invented a little contest for my coworkers and I. Until the end of the year, we're competing to see who can write more posts on our personal blogs (more quality posts, not nonsense and rants). I'm hoping that this will be incentive for me to write more posts that include the <code> tag as a way of promoting something useful, instead of just for sarcastic effect. But even if it doesn't, I think it's a cool thing for a boss to encourage and am looking forward to the deluge of wisdoms from my closest peers.
Because these dudes are interesting and intelligent, and have been called upon to write more content, I thought I'd share the links I'll be following closely for the next five months:
- Craveytrain - Our newest UI Engineer and the only other person in our Austin office who knows three ways to clear a float.
- CB Sides - Our counterpart in NYC and resident expert on cool things we don't often get to play with, like Drupal and phoneGap.
- rubikzube - Our boss, who besides being a cool guy is responsible for me now having these links.
I'm obligated by the official rules to mention my LinkedIn profile so that if you're interested in working with these cool folks you will know to whom to send your resumé. Ranting and nonsense will resume shortly, cause I don't want to look like I'm trying too hard.