Credit goes to James Clear for the formatting of this review. I read his post recapping his 2019, and thought this would be a good way to focus on my 2020. I started this post in Q1 2020 in an effort to capture the good and the bad throughout the year, then promptly forgot about … Continue reading 2020 in Review
In a very non-standard initiation of our new Traeger grill, we fired up some chocolate chip cookies with pecan pellets. Ingredients 1 Cup cold unsalted butter1 Cup brown sugar1/2 Cup granulated sugar2 eggs2 Teaspoon vanilla3 Cup all-purpose flour1 Teaspoon baking powder1/2 Teaspoon baking soda2 Teaspoon Sea Salt1 1/2 Cup dark chocolate chipsAdditional Sea Salt for topping (optional) Instructions Preheat to 350*FMix the butter and all the sugar in a mixer until everything is … Continue reading Traeger Chocolate Chip Cookies
Part 16 of a 20 part series detailing the CIS Critical Security Controls.
The Everything Store: Jeff Bezos and the Age of Amazon by Brad Stone This book was an absolute page turner. I kept finding myself reaching for the book to even get one more page read whenever I had a free minute. I usually fall asleep after reading a few pages at night, but this one kept … Continue reading Book Review: The Everything Store: Jeff Bezos and the Age of Amazon
Remote: Office Not Required by David Heinemeier Hansson, Jason Fried While this seems like a timely read in the midst of the COVID-19, I happen to work in a group that is largely remote during normal operations as well. I thought there were some really great insights into what has worked for 37signals for managing an almost … Continue reading Book Review: Remote: Office Not Required