Not yet. We still have time to look back. Yeah, it's that time of the year. Time to think back on what happened this last year. What went wrong and what went well.
Are you? If you are, this might interest you. I've been doing some consultant work where I'm basically putting Intranets to the test. Basically I'm the troll telling people what are they doing right or wrong.
So his is what I've found so far on things that you might want to avoid.
Last weekend we had our anual christmas party at the office. Until now I was only used to those small Christmas parties. I only worked for small companies and even when I didn't, normally they did the parties by team and not has a whole company.
I was really excited about the party, on one hand I would get to be with everyone in one place, which only happens twice a year (we also have a summer party). On the other hand there's always a open bar.
We all been at the place where we find a brand new project that is yet to come. We subscribe the newsletter to be up to date. The project dies, but somehow you keep getting those annoying emails, and doesn't matter how many times we try to unsubscribe, we just can't do it.
Unsubscribing from malling lists is probably the most annoying thing on the web today. I can't count the times I tried to do so, and just can't. Well, not anymore. Now I use Unroll.me.
With Unroll.me you can unsubscribe from most services in just a few clicks. Personally I unsubscribed from 105 malling lists. Most of them I wasn't even getting any emails but just to be sure.
Do your self a favor and keep your inbox clean.
Just a few weeks ago the chrome team release yet another awesome feature. You can now truly debug on your desktop as if you were working on your mobile phone or tablet.
This will get your socks off: remote debugging and then we'll unveil proper mobile emulation.