Don’t wish it, don’t want it—do it.
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Until today I was one of the many who thought that we all have an inner voice – you know, that other you that speaks inside your mind, at least that how I perceive my inner voice, but guess what? It’s not the same for everyone, some people perceive their inner voice different, and others don’t even have one.
You can read about it on this article that a co-worker shared
Who’s most likely to achieve excellence? Someone that highlights he’s problems and considers them intolerable or someone who doesn’t?
I became a software engineer by chance. I was offered a job by a software organization during my campus interviews. I took it. And I became a software engineer.
Because I had pursued bachelors in Mechanical engineering, there was little learned about computer science in four years of my undergraduate course. My only interaction with it was during the first semester, where one of the subjects was C programming language. As far as I remember I enjoyed programming a lot. After entering the job, it took me a couple of years to figure out how I can succeed in the professional world. I realized that my magic formula to do good in professional and personal life is Always Be Reading.
In this post, I will share my thoughts on having a beginner mindset and continuously improve yourself to live a meaningful and fulfilling life.
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Normally when I do a push in git I do something like
git push origin master, which really means push from the local branch named
master to the remote branch named
master. If you want to push to a remote branch with a different name than your local branch, separate the local and remote names with a colon:
git push origin local-name:remote-name