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“Young primates have always invited serious injury by play-climbing and falling. Primatologists view these behaviors as a critical means of fine-tuning fundamental motor skills. And despite the rise of “ultrasafe” playgrounds in the 1990s, many developmental psychologists contend that risky play is essential for healthy growth and development in children, perhaps because risk-taking helps kids regulate their fears, providing a kind of blueprint for responding effectively to real-life danger.”
Here are favorite YouTube channels of programmers. Apparently, we love woodworking.
Interesting post and discussion at Hacker’s News about advancing as Individual Contributor. Still debating which way to go.
I am a big fan of cheap VPSs. I start many personal projects, bring up a VPS, play around and then wipe it. Never have to worry about accidentally running up bill in 100s or 1000s of dollars. I run this blog on $4 server.
So this was interesting to read how far can a cheap VPS go.