Some professional advice via r/programming today: My Personal Creed of Employment and All the best engineering advice I stole from non-technical people.
An old TED Talk: The puzzle of motivation:
Alda is a text-based programming language for music composition. Interesting!
There’s lots to know about Voice/SIP for VoIP.
Found some good info on Unicode in regular expressions: Unicode Regular Expressions. Particularly some good doco about Unicode Categories and how to indicate them in regular expressions.
Today while reading Writing better Regular Expressions in PHP I learned that meta characters are treated as literals in character classes. So
'/^(\d[.]\d)$/' will match
'1.2' but not
'1x2'. Who knew!?