“Communicating your needs” / TypeScript’s value from a Buddhist perspective (part 1)

TypeScript is currently getting lots of love from people, but there is also a lot of misunderstandings surrounding it. That’s not to say that there aren’t good, legitimate critiques; but, ultimately TypeScript is helping a lot of people. As a longtime lover of JavaScript and as someone who is constantly researching how to improve my communication skills, I’ve started to notice an overlap in these two problem spaces. So for a moment, allow yourself to see how TypeScript is enabling developers to code in an expressive, enjoyable way that introduces calmness and security to the codebase.

10+ Tips To Find Peace In A Loud Office

“If only my coworker would stop chewing so loudly I could concentrate.”

“I’m sorry. I got nothing done because Jimmy wouldn’t stop yelling in his cube.”

These are the types of phrases that come up the most often when asking friends and coworkers what prevents them from being calm and mindful at work. It’s possible that you might not even know that the volume and intensity around you is dragging down your day… but you found your way to this article so it’s clear that some part of you knows that the volume of work is effecting your mood. Don’t worry. We have some practical tips on how to not just “get through it,” but to thrive in the workplace.