*Well, that didn’t take as long as I thought it would. And what’s more, it’s being advertised on my own blog
jacobybolesbury asked: I'm now 70 pages into writing my first book and suddenly I've been overtaken by this huge fear that I am nowhere near good enough a writer to do this story justice. I am also struggling with capturing a character's personality in ink. Sometimes I feel like these characters have gone through so many experiences that are way beyond anything I've had to go through and because of that some of the emotions and actions I write for them don't come across as real (at least when I read them). Any advice?
Yup. That’s all normal. Finish writing the book.
I’m no Neil Gaiman, but I can also confirm that this is normal. Keep writing the book.
Today we are announcing the release of a front end regression testing tool called Wraith. This tool is something we have been using for the last 6 months, it has proven invaluable in testing CSS changes, both deliberate and unintentional.
Download Wraith here : https://github.com/BBC-News/wraith
Finished up my (first) AngularJS app at work. About time. This pretty much sums up my experience. I think I’m ending just left of “OMG That’s Awesome!”
I had fun answering this with pictures and words.