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  1. Personal unit testing
    Edward O’Connor

  2. test-driven lifehacking

  3. Michal Wallace’s idea

  4. daily

  5. did I do the dishes?

  6. did I fix a bug?

  7. have I talked to my parents recently?

  8. what makes a good test?

  9. fixable in 1–2 hours today

  10. bad: “Have I read Ulysses?”

  11. good: “Did I read 10 pages of the book I’m reading?”

  12. steps, not ends

  13. bad: “Do I speak seven languages fluently?”

  14. good: “did I study Spanish for more than 20 minutes yesterday?”

  15. what, not how

  16. mindfulness

  17. works in your life

  18. balance

  19. work

  20. family & friends

  21. health

  22. community

  23. finances

  24. sticking to it

  25. 50% rule

  26. gradual updating

  27. effortless test-taking

  28. pencil and paper

  29. Emacsselftest.el

  30. gaming your own system

  31. vacation v. weekends

  32. avoid introspection

  33. I’m my own imaginary friend

  34. progress

  35. 7 weeks

  36. 9/11/2007 — 45%

  37. 9/16/2007 — 50%

  38. 10/5/2007 — 67%

  39. 10/31/2007 — 73%

  40. thank you

  41. slides & tests

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