Summer is here, and after working like crazy since april to the end of june, doing to university course exams (passing both, yay!) and going to Barcelona to give a talk about MiniPlay APIs (if you make browser games, read about it and contact us!), I took two weeks of vacations for a much needed battery charge.
Now that I'm back I'll slowly ramp up my development related tasks, but my body and mind were so tired I want to have, for once in many years, a calm and relaxed summer. I already code 7 hours each day at work, so all home tasks will be done at a lower pace.
I've already had to mess up with Twitter 1.1 API, small-maintenance tasks on Kartones.net and other pending internal tasks, but nothing even worth of a blog post. Also, at work tasks are currently v1.1 features not so incredible, so I won't probably post much about coding in a while except if I allocate time for some pet projects.
I'm probably going to focus a lot on reading as I have piles of books (and ebooks) waiting, so probably I'll do more reviews.
But what I most will focus over this summer will be in living my life. I've had another 3 months of crunch time when one of my 2013 goals was to "live better and happier". That must be fixed/compensated.
"Work to live, not live to work". A happy brain works better than a tired or stressed one.