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Hi, I’m Anselm Hannemann. Freelance webdesigner, frontend engineer, advisor. Curating WDRL, growing vegetables on a market garden farm.

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even though we think everything is real-time today, we often need patience. The “bottleneck” are human beings, while technology is capable to do real-time for long now. Whether it’s a pull request that’s waiting for review since days or weeks, or waiting for an email response, we need to keep in mind that this might be delayed for a good reason. Different people have different priorities, need to focus on something else at the moment or they just do a break right now. Training patience is an important part of our lives for mental health. And in the end, a well-thought-out, not instantly written feedback is better. Take your time, and let others do the same.

To my readers in or near Germany: Some of you might be aware that I organize a small event, and this week I have one ticket to give away for the NightlyBuild conference 2016 in Cologne, Germany on September, 2nd to give away. If you want to attend, just send me an email, and I’ll raffle the ticket on Tuesday.





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